A 26-year-old Barber County man was sentenced today to more than 19 years in prison for sex crimes against a child.
A Topeka high school student was arrested after reportedly making social media threats against the school.
Diane Neises, of Cheney, pleaded guilty in July to felony theft and computer crime.
“Carry the Fallen” is an event aimed to lighten the emotional load veterans carry everyday.
Mark Snider of Abilene, who was sentenced Friday, will be on lifetime supervision after release from prison.
Topeka police have identified the two people killed Sunday night at an apartment complex near the Statehouse.
After a septuple bypass surgery, Larry Hatteberg shares his experience with KSN’s Katie Taube.
A man who used Facebook to try and lure girls into prostitution has been sentenced to nearly eight years in prison.
Police said a smoke shop was robbed Monday evening in southeast Wichita.
Relatives say a St. Louis toddler who killed his sleeping father while playing with a gun has been asking “for his daddy.”
The coaches work at Oklahoma State, Auburn University, Arizona and the University of Southern California.
Today is National Voter Registration day, a nationwide effort to register hundreds of voters on a single day.
New bike symbols have popped up in downtown Wichita, but do drivers and bicyclists know what they mean?
Kathy Bowles is a true “Hometown Hero” for the incredible volunteer work she does for the Wichita area.
The highway patrol says they’ve recorded high levels of carbon monoxide readings inside the cabins of their Ford Police Interceptors.