The $60 million College of Business Administration building at KSU is the result of more than five years of planning.
A recent Wichita State University report says Kansas could see more than 12,000 new non-farm jobs in the coming year.
Police said a body of a woman was found in a car and her death appears to be from a natural cause.
For a number of years, the City of Great Bend has looked for ways to develop more housing opportunities.
The filing comes a day after former Plains State Bank President James Kirk Friend told the court he plans to change his plea.
The Sedgwick County Public Works will host a temporary free tree limb disposal drop off event after this week’s severe weather.
The City of Wichita has launched a new online garage sale permitting system.
The United Teachers of Wichita and the Wichita Board of Education have announced a tentative one-year agreement.
KSN viewers have been sending in photos of storms rolling through Kansas. Here are some of them.
A former bank president accused of conspiring to launder drug money for a Mexican cartel plans enter a new plea.
The lawsuit filed by Melvin Hale in October 2015 was dismissed last week without prejudice, meaning it could be refiled.
Social media continues to fuel creepy clown sightings.
Wichita police said they discovered a marijuana grow operation in the 1700 block of North Tony.
Wichita police said a Molotov cocktail was thrown through the window of a home in southeast Wichita early Thursday morning.
A total of six employees reported medical issues due to the spill.