One of the men charged in the mistaken identity murder of Jennifer Heckel back in June of 2011 was sentenced to 15 years and 3 months Friday…
Kansas officials are awaiting word on whether state tax collections this month met expectations.
Topeka police are searching for a man suspected of lighting a 6-year-old girl’s hair on fire while she was outside in her backyard.
Given a year and a half to live, back in 2009, a Wichita woman turns her cancer diagnosis into a positive.
Gov. Sam Brownback has nominated a senior federal judge’s longtime legal adviser and research clerk for the Kansas Court of Appeals.
State health officials went to Barton County today armed with hundreds of vaccines for whooping cough.
The Appropriations Committee began work on a bill that would close a projected $279 million shortfall in the current state budget.
Kansas police officers would be required to wear body cameras under a bill being considered by a state Senate panel.
Kansas hunting guides nabbed during an undercover operation were spared prison after pleading guilty to exceeding daily bag limits.
WSU issued a request this week for a developer to step in and build a 400 to 600 bed student residence hall.
Penalties for marijuana possession may be softened in Kansas as legislators seek to lower prison populations and reduce costs.
Wichita direct flights to LAX will stop March 1, but Wichita airport officials say Eisenhower Airport will be as strong as ever.
Multiple grass fires are keeping crews busy in south central Kansas.
The vaccine will be available at no charge for adults age 19 and older on a first come, first served basis.
A homeless Wichita veteran received full military honors at his funeral on Wednesday.