USD 259 and Wichita police confirm an 18-year-old man was arrested today for bringing a gun to Metro Meridian High School.
A lawsuit against a Kansas ban on a common second-trimester procedure has forced the state Court of Appeals.
Back in late November, Gavin King was picked up by his non-custodial mother
Wichita police say they now have three suspects in custody in a double homicide that occurred last week in Wichita.
Darron Boatright, chief operating officer of Wichita State Athletics, has been named interim director of the department.
Two energy companies are asking a judge to throw out a lawsuit by a woman who claims their practices caused an earthquake.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help from the public to identify the vehicle pictured above.
A lawsuit was filed by two abortion providers that prompted strong reactions from both sides of the debate earlier in the year.
The K-9 units have now been fitted with ballistic vests thanks to a non-profit called The Four Legged Project, Inc.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says he favors an audit of the state’s foster care and adoption programs.
A new playground will be open on Friday for kids of all ages and abilities at the Great Bend Recreation Center.
A federal grand jury Tuesday indicted a man who police arrested in Florida on charges of robbing a Wichita bank.
KSN continues our investigation into claims by same-sex couples that DCF discriminates in cases of adoption and foster parenting.
39-year-old Floyd Bledsoe was convicted in 1999 for killing his 14-year-old sister-in-law.
Under state law, Kansas universities must allow concealed weapons on campus beginning July 1, 2017.