OSHA’s Wichita office has opened an investigation after a man reportedly fell about 33 feet on a job site in La Cygne, Kansas on Tuesday.
State says calls look real, and even show State of Kansas Caller ID. But they are fake, and it’s someone trying to take your money.
A bill introduced in the Kansas legislature aims to lower age limits for carrying concealed handguns.
The University of Kansas has unblocked limited information about two fraternities that were placed on probation for hazing.
The new plant would replace a power plant in the Docking State Office building.
An analysis shows that the closing of more than 150 Wal-Mart’s nationwide will create food deserts in Alabama, Kansas and Arkansas.
A Wichita woman was sentenced for recruiting another woman to perform sexual services at a massage parlor.
Sedgwick County contends it is statutorily prohibited from producing the voting machine tapes.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating two separate accidents at K-254 and Webb Road.
University of Kansas Hospital officials say they are already planning to expand a new patient tower
A Hutchinson man has pleaded no contest to charges resulting from a standoff with law enforcement officers last August.
Students can expect an increased police presence at McPherson High School Wednesday.
Lobbyists with Kansas business associations and representatives of two large retailers endorsed contents of HB 2171.
600 people returned to Wichita Tuesday after braving the storm to March for Life in DC.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department has released the name of the victim in a fatal pedestrian accident.