After a consulting firm weighed out the feasibility of the future of Wellington’s hospital, Sumner Regional Medical Center, will stay open.
Criminal complaints say the child was routinely locked in a basement when he wasn’t in school and was often beaten with a belt.
Police are investigating after a woman took a baby girl to the hospital after the mother didn’t pick up the child.
The audited audience for 2015 was 369,322, beating the previous record, set in 1995.
Federal drug agents have arrested hundreds in a national crackdown on synthetic drug manufacturers.
Kansas may have to pay $42 million to a former Pizza Hut franchise operation owner over his challenge of a tax bill.
Students at Coleman Middle School decided to test out the well known idea that a little positivity can go a long way.
A 51-year-old woman was found guilty in the operation of an unlicensed animal boarding facility in Salina.
Southern Kansas experienced nearly two dozen earthquakes in the past week.
The Boeing Co. has paid $18 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit.
There’s new technology up and running at the Salina Police Department: License plate readers that track cars as they go by.
Kansas State University has received permission to change the name of its Salina campus to the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus.
A local partnership between WATC and Spirit is giving graduates a leg up on getting a good job.
Wichita police say a tip to Crime Stoppers led to the arrest of a suspect who allegedly attacked a woman in Old Town.
A jury on Tuesday rejected Jennifer Connell’s lawsuit, finding the boy was not liable for her injuries.