Volunteers worked throughout the weekend to salvage what they could from the burnt out shell.
Rep. Mike Pompeo is repeatedly evading questions about whether he is mulling over a primary challenge to U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran.
It seems city and KDOT road projects are happening at the same time.
According to police, 26-year-old Gerrod Pointer of Clarksville, Tennessee, was arrested Saturday in Wichita.
Oxford House of Kansas, a recovery group helping alcohol and drug addicts get better, wants to put a house in College Hill.
Dwain Diehl, a former Wichita police officer accused of domestic violence, pled guilty to a felony charge of criminal threat today.
Jeffrey K. Williams, 44, pleaded guilty to one count of felony securities fraud and one count of selling an unregistered security.
The ex-husband of state Rep. Kasha Kelley alleges in a lawsuit that a family business owes him money.
The proclamation highlights the need to ensure that Kansans are well prepared to manage money, credit, investments, and debt.
Joseph Norwood’s appointment must be confirmed by the Kansas Senate.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has rescinded a boil water advisory for Pretty Prairie.
A Kansas inmate accused of raping and trying to kill a woman last summer has been found dead in his cell.
Developers of a southeast Kansas casino say a judge’s ruling clears the way for construction of the state’s fourth nontribal casino.
USD 259 makes commitment to put safe room in every school. Three are still under construction.
A motorcycle crash in Chase, Kan. in Rice County injured two people Sunday afternoon.