A judge has ordered Kobach to produce a plan on homeland security issues that he took to a meeting with President Donald Trump.
A judge has dismissed a lawsuit against three oil and gas companies over Oklahoma’s ongoing earthquake swarm.
Wichita fire crews battled a house fire in College Hill. It broke out Tuesday morning in the 200 block of North Dellrose.
A Wichita man was presented a plaque by the police department for his work to help apprehend a man who broke into his home .
The stores closing include the one in Great Bend, Liberal, Emporia, and Hutchinson. A page on the company’s website confirmed.
An incoming Kansas high school principal has resigned after student reporters raised questions about her credentials.
New traffic data shows an increase in the number of work zone crashes.
Wichita Public School officials confirm a student brought a gun to West High School Tuesday.
Supporters see a flat tax as fairer. Critics contend middle-class families would be hit the hardest.
Newly released documents show that a detective raised concerns about traffic tickets being fixed in exchange for basketball tickets.
“We are still investigating to see if this is an accident or a suicide,” said Officer Charley Davidson.
A 54-year-old WaKeeney man was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences for child sex crimes.
The grant would not only pay for the motorcycles, but also other traffic safety equipment
The plant is expected to have a big economic impact on the area.
Organizers said the event could bring in around 30- to 50,000 people. and with over 700 vendors, there’s something for everyone.