The layoffs at Bombardier has KSN asking questions about financial help the City of Wichita gave the company to help it grow.
The Hays Police Department reports a standoff that began earlier Wednesday ended peacefully.
A new bill would require Kansas public schools to get parents’ permission before students could participate in sex education courses.
The Kansas Senate Wednesday voted to confirm Sarah Shipman for Secretary of Administration.
Lawmakers have earmarked $50,000 for the Legislature to hire its own attorneys on school finance issues.
A Hugoton man has pleaded guilty to producing and distributing child pornography.
A Washington state florist who was sued for refusing to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding has testified before a Kansas House committee
Some say the aviation core that provides so many jobs in Wichita could be seen as positive right now.
Jim and Paige Nachtigal, of North Newton, were charged Wednesday in Harvey County with three counts each of child abuse.
An Amber Alert has been canceled after two little girls were found in east Wichita. Police are still looking for the suspect.
Bombardier says it plans to cut approximately 7,000 jobs over two years, with 220 of those layoffs in Wichita.
The Kansas House has approved a plan for eliminating a projected deficit of nearly $200 million in the state’s next budget.
Kansas Senate committee considers trial foster care program
Fire crews had different elements to battle in a grass fire Tuesday afternoon.
Some are asking if charges will be brought, and if school is taking action.