Meteorologist Dave Freeman will sign off this week after spending 24 years at KSN.
White’s Foodliner, a family-owned business, signed a Letter of Intent to open a store in St. John.
Some school leaders say they are now concerned schools could close July 1st.
Christopher Turpin is taking fallen tree branches and branding them with details of the snowstorm.
A truck driver was sentenced Monday to 46 months in federal prison for hauling more than 44 pounds of cocaine to Kansas.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says he’ll declare within the next two months whether he’s running for governor.
The city of Pretty Prairie has reached a deal with federal regulators designed to ensure its residents have safe drinking water.
The farmer was electrocuted when he extended the boom on the sprayer and it touched an electrical wire.
Leavenworth’s Immaculata Catholic High School will close Wednesday, ending Catholic secondary education in the town.
Vaccines are recommended to protect travelers from illnesses present in other parts of the world.
Vandals caused major damage in the new addition at Salina South High School over the weekend.
There are 44 locations providing free meals to all children, 18 and younger.
Spending would be kept mostly at current levels, and the state would divert money from highway projects.
Six years after a tornado wreaked havoc on Joplin, a new documentary focuses on the healing power of nature.
Wichita police said a 50-year-old man died after a shooting in the 1600 block of South Fern.