Kansas has hired a consultant who specializes in temporary hospital management assignments to serve as the interim superintendent.
The owner of an electric company was found dead in a water well near Arkansas City.
Nearly 80 Junction City residents are without a home Tuesday night after an apartment fire.
The livestock-feeding industry says the lack of engineers at the state regulatory agency is not a pressing issue.
Jeana Marie Fleming was sentenced Tuesday in Johnson County District Court for unlawful sexual relations.
After months of work, the St. Jude Dream Home will be open to the public beginning on April 16th for the Parade of Homes.
Three people fatally shot at two Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City are being remembered with a memorial.
The Kansas Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether the state’s constitution guarantees the right to an abortion.
Neighbors express concerns for mosque vandalized in West Wichita neighborhood.
A Kansas City planning commission heard testimony Monday on a special use permit application request for The Woodlands.
Wichita fire crews battled a two-alarm fire in southwest Wichita that damaged three homes.
Heather D. Bachman is charged with seven counts of wire fraud and one count of making a false statement to a federal investigator.
Wichita police are on the lookout for two suspects after a Bradley Fair business was the victim of a smash-and-grab.
School wants to cut electric use, curb spending and maybe curb school year to save money.
A man serving almost six years in prison for setting fires to a vacant Salina motel has been sentenced in another case.