A Kansas National Guard member will be honored next week for helping save a woman from a burning house.
As the election gets closer, we’re taking a closer look at all the candidates and the factors that could influence the election.
Leah Kuwaharra is going out of her way to make sure kids without a home find comfort at night.
The facility takes unused agriculture resources from the region and turns it into ethanol.
For nearly 50 percent of students in the Garden City School District, English is their second language.
Flu season is around the corner, and so far, Kansas has remained clear of the virus.
Union members have voted 73% to 27% to unify under a single six-year collective bargaining agreement.
Jeremy Glenn, 35, pleaded no contest and was found guilty of felony theft and possession of methamphetamine.
The former city clerk of Auburn was sentenced to one year and a day in federal prison for embezzlement.
A new biofuels plant in southwest Kansas represents the future of ethanol production in the United States.
Officials in Ellis County are combining their emergency services and EMS into a new building, but now they’re running into trouble.
LifeTeam, an air ambulance service, opened a base in Southwest Kansas this week.
More than $6 Million is spent so far on Kansas political ads in the Senate Race, just from outside funding. SuperPACs are making their voice…
The plan is priced to exceed $300 million and will be funded by the several departments across Kansas.
Jurors found the city of McPherson discriminated against Matthew B. Michaels on account of a disability of sleep apnea.