Kansans safely disposed of more than 36 tons of personal documents during last week’s observance of National Consumer Protection Week.
The Kansas Department of Transportation and the Kansas Turnpike Authority have started a freight truck parking study.
The WPD held the second of a series of meetings Tuesday evening.
A Kansas House committee has approved a proposed ban on a procedure described by abortion opponents as dismembering a fetus.
An Olathe school isn’t taking any chances and is testing about 350 students and staff for tuberculosis.
A 33-year-old Holcomb woman was killed in a crash involving a semi early Wednesday morning.
KSN reached out to Republican Senators Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran Tuesday to discuss why they signed the GOP letter to Iran.
In a partnership with Snap-On and Wichita Area Technical College, the school launched a brand new automotive center.
The new president of the Kansas Farm Bureau says the state needs to rebalance its income in the wake of revenue shortfalls.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt has filed a federal lawsuit to block plans by the Quapaw Tribe in northeast Oklahoma.
Sickness abounds, is the weather to blame?
On Monday, LaVeta Miller was found guilty of two counts of theft by deception.
Windell Middlebrooks, an actor who gained TV commercial stardom as a burly, no-nonsense beer delivery man has died
Some lawmakers and school leaders are concerned over fast-track bill that will change the way schools are funded.
A Harper County man plead guilty Tuesday to first-degree murder in the shooting death of Curtis Lee Shelton of Nashville, Kansas.