The Kansas Attorney General’s Office will review the investigation of a case where a man held a Finney County judge hostage.
Charges are being filed against a Butler County man for a shooting that occurred when a gun he had in his sock went off at a graduation.
With the Arkansas River being the focus of the annual Wichita Riverfest, KSN wanted to know about the quality of the water in the river.
Thursday brought Kansas school children and their parents one day closer to the prospect of schools in the state closing down on July 1st.
Kansas health officials say three lakes in the state are under warnings because of high levels of toxic blue-green algae blooms.
Some of the money stolen from the Barton County Treasurer’s Office in an email scan in May has been recovered.
During the week-long event, several streets will be closed around the festival for events.
John Allison, the USD 259 superintendent of schools, addressed a possible shutdown today.
The Liberal Bee Jays will unveil a statue dedicated in memory of 9-year-old Kaiser Carlile Friday night.
Sedgwick County officials on Thursday held a ribbon cutting for the new tag office at Douglas and Meridian. The office will open Monday.
The physician assistant used Botox purchased from overseas suppliers that was not approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
A ruling by Kansas Senior Judge William Lyle Jr. is a victory for the Fort Hays State University Foundation
The court on Friday rejected education funding changes made earlier this year by lawmakers.
General Mills says the 10 million pounds of its flour recalled was produced at the company’s Kansas City, Missouri, plant.
Three congressmen asked a federal agency to provide information regarding whether an election official had the right to change voter registr…