The week-long event is designed to memorialize victims of police brutality, and highlight the value of minority lives.
A student aboard one of two Tennessee school buses that crashed, killing two children and an adult, said she feared for her life.
The long-running dispute over a proposed social media policy at the University of Kansas is one step closer to resolution.
Wichita-area authorities say a teenager has been critically injured in an SUV rollover crash.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism.
A weekend fire that led to the evacuation of more than 20 dogs from a Lawrence pet care business also caused $60,000 in damages.
Wichita firefighters say two men have been hospitalized after a house fire.
A private developer plans to transform the buildings it owns into shops with a courtyard and parking garage.
If you’re a Wichita water customer, you could soon be paying more for services.
At issue $1.9 million, still being held by the treasurers office.
Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus of Nortonville will be back before the State Board of Healing Arts next week.
A judge has found sufficient evidence to try a man and woman in the abduction and rape of an 8-year-old girl.
The Wichita City Council has tabled a rate increase for water and sewer service customers in the city until next Tuesday’s meeting.
A 911 outage is being reported in Langdon due to a cut in a fiber line.
Drug testing of welfare applicants in Kansas is off to a slow start.