The K-State band director says it was a big misunderstanding.
Officials say the state’s new welfare law shows it doesn’t conflict with federal rules governing state child care programs.
A new report shows Kansas farmers have begun planting their 2016 winter wheat crop.
A school bus was evacuated Wednesday morning after a possible fire resulting from a back brake and tire issue.
Police say three people, including an infant, have been found fatally shot at a home in Kansas City, Missouri.
Authorities are investigating after a man was stabbed multiple times at a Wichita motel.
Wichita city leaders are crying foul over a longtime county-wide 1 percent sales tax .
Some Wichita State students are a little shaken up after another mugging on campus.
Data shows the number of ‘felt’ earthquakes has decreased since Kansas regulators set limits on drilling wastewater disposal.
Monday night 100 mile and hour straight line winds destroyed a home south of Abilene.
A terminal at KCI was partially evacuated after a passenger began acting suspiciously on a flight before it landed.
The home was damaged by straight line winds in a storm that passed through September 7th, 2015.
Interstate 70 in central Topeka is now open in both directions after authorities say a suspicious device shut down the road.
North High School, located at 13th and Waco in Wichita, was vandalized sometime Monday into early Tuesday.
The results are in. But, will results become a political issue?