Eight shootings police say were gang-related were reported between July 6 and July 18 in one Topeka neighborhood.
The Kansas Highway Patrol holding their annual school bus inspection event this morning in Wichita.
A solar advocacy group says it doesn’t agree with a decision by regulators to limit the group’s input over Westar’s plan to boost rates.
The Chiefs have released running back Cyrus Gray, who tore his ACL last November.
An October preliminary hearing date has been set for the Chanute man charged in the traffic death of a Washburn University professor.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety tested the Ford F-150 first in its large pickup crash tests.
Kansas’ Budget Director Shawn Sullivan outlines $62.6 million in budget cuts and transfers during a briefing from the Capitol.
A black couple says Emporia State University officials are retaliating against them over a complaint about a racial incident.
A lot of people are upset about proposed budget cuts. That includes Spirit Aerosystems.
Barton Community College is making five percent cuts across the board, in an effort to keep property taxes down.
Boeing has broken ground for the newest facility in its Oklahoma City campus, a 290,000 square-foot building.
Work continues to transform “The Hole” into a pop-up urban park in downtown Wichita.
Authorities arrested two men in Mt. Hope for alleged possession of drugs.
A 25-year-old Topeka man has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for sex trafficking a 15-year-old girl.
The Wichita Police Department will conduct a DUI saturation patrol in the Patrol West Bureau on Thursday.