Wichita Police and Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department say they leave immigration enforcement up to the Feds.
The main teachers union in Kansas says it will appeal the dismissal of a lawsuit against the state for ending teacher job protections.
The governors of Kansas and Missouri have taken different approaches to dealing with the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage.
The Noel Lodge will reopen on Friday with enough money to run for four months, but the lodge still has a long way to go
Film offices in Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Nebraska are teaming up with Kansas City, Missouri attract more film producers to the state.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris W. Kobach on Wednesday unveiled an updated website to report voting fraud in the state of Kansas.
A rare birth at Rolling Hills Zoo on Sunday was followed by an even more rare result.
Wichita police say a 4-year-old boy was found wandering on the streets.
The Barton County Sheriff’s Office arrested three people on methamphetamine charges.
The Greenwood County Sheriff’s Department is searching for a missing man. Christopher Michael Swartz of Eureka was last seen on Monday.
There’s a lot to learn and a lot to buy when it comes to being a first-time dad.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has been appointed to a committee established by the national group for state attorneys general.
A Salina man has been sentenced to more than 66 years in prison after being convicted of fatally shooting two men in one week in 2009.
A former bank clerk in Labette County has pleaded guilty to a stealing from several accounts at the bank.
City leaders say fixing this budget hole is a top priority because some of the cuts to service would be devastating.