Bombardier says it plans to cut approximately 7,000 jobs over two years, with 220 of those layoffs in Wichita.
The Kansas House has approved a plan for eliminating a projected deficit of nearly $200 million in the state’s next budget.
Kansas Senate committee considers trial foster care program
Fire crews had different elements to battle in a grass fire Tuesday afternoon.
Some are asking if charges will be brought, and if school is taking action.
One person is dead after a fatal fire Tuesday morning in Liberal. It happened just after 2 a.m. on N. Western Avenue.
Formal murder charges have been filed against an Oklahoma City man in the shooting and decapitation of his grandmother and her husband.
Senators want Mary Pilcher-Cook of Shawnee reinstated as chairwoman of the Public Health and Welfare Committee.
Kansas police officers would be permitted to help officers across state lines during emergency situations.
North Newton police said on Tuesday that they have taken three children and placed them into protective police custody.
An Ohio man is behind bars in the Saline County Jail for having sex with a girl under the age of 16.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department says an inmate, who battled terminal illnesses for several months, has died.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission calls for a reduction of more than 500,000 barrels of wastewater daily,
Wichita police are investigating after a woman says she was abducted from a parking lot on North Topeka.
The Commissioner of Insurance urges Kansans to know what exclusions might apply to their earthquake policies.