The jail is often where people in need of detox end up when they commit crimes.
“People are scared. It is not right. People are scared and they are feeling desperate,” says William Santiago.
A rainy September made the ground too wet for many in western Kansas to plant.
When Judge Wilbert asked questions of McNeal, he continued his habit of closing his eyes and not responding.
Authorities say a suspect has been arrested in the death of a man whose body was found last month inside a car in Salina.
Wichita police are investigating after two teens and a 50-year-old man in a Chevy Suburban suffered injuries Thursday evening.
A hearing is underway in Kansas for a man who has spent more than half of his life in prison for a double homicide.
The Border War is back, only this time it’s for charity.
Kansas State University says severe weather, not vandalism, is to blame for damage to a temporary outdoor hut built for Sukkot.
“Everywhere I turn, God’s been there to help us,” Elmer said.
While Karen Flateau was coming to terms with her new life, now confined to a wheelchair, the organization Freedom Hooves helped her find new…
A Wichita, autistic teen attended his first high school dance on Saturday.
The determining factor of a pit bull? Captain Schroeder says there’s eight of them.
“The ag industry is seeing a lot of change in the area of science,” explained Kennedy.
A Wichita native who has lived in Santa Rosa the past five years was right in the middle of it, saying she barely made it out alive.