The Kansas Department for Children and Families will begin accepting applications from low-income Kansans for funds to help pay their winter…
In a unanimous vote, the Holcomb City Council approved a measure to buy two new body cameras for the town’s Police Department.
The Harper school superintendent confirmed to KSN News that a 5th grader brought a BB gun to Harper Elementary.
A 74-year-old has come forward and told police she was the driver that hit a man Monday near 11th and Main.
About 200 people showed up Friday, many criticizing legislators and state leaders for not doing more to stop the quakes.
Wal-Mart announced that nine Kansas stores will close including three in Wichita.
Brett Seacat was convicted of first-degree premeditated murder in the April 2011 shooting death of his 34-year-old wife, Vashti,
A Sedgwick County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested on suspicion of aggravated sexual battery.
The hotel chain says the malware turned up in about 250 of its hotels and may have exposed customers’ card numbers
Azucena Garcia-Ferniza was charged in August with one count of possession of a firearm while unlawfully in the U.S.
It’s a year behind schedule, but the Wichita Sports Forum will be opening Friday.
Firefighters in Hesston responded to a fire Thursday night at an AGCO facility in the central Kansas town.
Gov. Brownback is defending his support for using a new school funding formula to encourage districts to enact merit pay for teachers.
Angry residents in Oklahoma are chastising policymakers for not taking action sooner to restrict oil and gas activities linked to earthquake…
On Wednesday morning a handful of WSU students made the trip to Tulsa hoping to inspire residents to become Shockers.