Harvey County’s move to the state-wide 800 mega-hertz radio system is in full swing. Now, the county is training all the agencies involved.
A two-year-old boy, in foster care, was taken to a Wichita hospital with burns on more than 50% of his body.
A Wichita man who currently is listed on the National Sex Offender Registry was charged in federal court Friday with distributing child porn…
Jason Baroletti of Holbrook, New York, was ordered on Friday as one of his release conditions not to travel by commercial airline.
The Brownback administration doesn’t want to grant emergency funding to most Kansas school districts that plan on seeking funds at an upcomi…
A death sentence for a convicted serial killer who stuffed several of the bodies of his female victims into barrels has been upheld.
A new report says Medicaid and other services will cost Kansas about $47 million more than expected during the next two budget years.
McDonald’s in Wichita will begin selling Shocker flags to benefit the Ronald McDonald House.
Officials are preparing to issue a new fiscal forecast and it could leave the state with a projected deficit in its current budget again.
An attorney for four Kansas school districts says the state Supreme Court needs to take “prompt action” to fix funding shortfalls.
Before even going home, Luke Schemm’s family stopped at his school Thursday to see all the signs and tributes to their son.
A Winfield High School soccer player says he’s happy to be alive following a collision with a teammate Tuesday night during a game.
Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerry Gorman will not file charges against two deputy U.S. marshals who shot and killed a man.
KSN continues its look at emergency medical services response times across Kansas.
The Kansas Supreme Court is preparing to weigh arguments in a lawsuit that claims the state’s school districts are inadequately funded.