No agreement has been reached yet on the settlement of remaining claims in lawsuits over the May 2013 discovery of genetically engineered Mo…
Wichita State University economists expect Kansas to add more than 24,000 jobs in 2015.
A southeast Kansas woman who says she was knocked down and trampled during an “early Black Friday” promotion is suing Walmart.
Tax increment financing districts, or TIFs, will likely play a major role in Wichita’s economy in 2015.
Changes to the visitor policy at Salina Regional Health Center are now in effect.
One person has died after a fiery crash on Highway 50 just east of Newton.
The cost of higher education seems to be getting more expensive every year.
Brian W. Harrison appeared in federal court in Wichita Monday on charges including embezzlement, money laundering and making false entries.
Orscheln Farm and Home LLC announced it was acquiring the ALCO distribution center in Abilene.
Between 14 and 18 horses were rescued after a barn caught fire late Sunday in southern Kansas.
A 7-month-old boy who was injured in a drive-by shooting in Kansas City, Kansas, has died.
All 50 crews are on rotating 12 hour shifts, trying to treat the 1,500 miles of roads across the city.
Wichita police confirm that there was an officer-involved shooting in east Wichita that killed one man.
A Kansas man is scheduled to be sentenced March 30 for the 2011 beheading of another man with a guitar string.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has reopened 1-70 and Highway 50 in western Kansas.