A white supremacist charged with killing three people at Jewish sites in suburban Kansas City last year has taken the stand in his own defen…
Westar Energy has found itself back in the news again, this time it’s under investigation by the Kansas Corporation Commission.
A Hutchinson teenager charged as an adult with setting a fire that killed his mother and sister has declined plea deal.
Kansas and Nebraska will extend an agreement that allows Nebraska to pump more of its share of the Republican River.
Chris Touhey was working at a golf facility in New Orleans when the storm hit. Through an unlikely journey of twists and turns, he’s started…
A child advocacy group’s leader says parts of a new Kansas welfare law appear to conflict with federal child care policies.
KU says it’s reached a settlement agreement over the release of documents to a student group looking for ties between an economic research c…
Earlier this week the southwest Kansas organization found out it was chosen to receive a grant for nearly $76,000.
A Pratt County man wanted on felony firearms and drug charges was taken into custody Thursday afternoon.
The pheasant and quail population is going up thanks to all the rain this year.
Dozens of acres by the Slawson company, could become a new park in west Wichita.
Police in Lenexa say it was a stress fracture, not a bullet, that broke a patrol car window.
A federal jury in Kansas City, Kansas Thursday found a man who stole his father’s identity to apply for a loan to buy a house guilty.
“Makin’ Hay” was publicly unveiled on Wichita State University’s Innovation Campus Thursday.
Anthony Marquez is treking nearly 160 miles from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Wichita to get the word out about Project 22.