A woman is dead after being struck by a train Tuesday afternoon in downtown Emporia. It happened around 1:30 p.m.
A former K-State Men’s Basketball player, Will Spradling, is asking for your help.
Supporters say it will help some districts fill voids left behind by teachers retiring or leaving the profession in recent years.
At least one commissioner warns the Zoo, Exploration Place and others may get funding cut.
A religious liberty group is now threatening to sue over the ongoing Native American sweat lodge dispute at the Wichita VA hospital.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has reduced flows from Tuttle Creek Lake since a 15-foot sinkhole was found near the lake.
Wichita police say six skimmers are known to have been used in Wichita, and only one was intercepted by police since last week.
The campaign finance team for Gov. Sam Brownback’s re-election has been working to pay off legal fees and debt from the election.
The City Council will take final action to adopt the budget on Aug. 11.
Fidelity Bank has confirmed that skimmers were placed on ATMs at NewMarket Square and Bradley Fair on July 4.
A new government update on the winter wheat harvest shows that 93 percent of the crop has now been cut in Kansas.
The Kansas secretary of state has written members of Congress urging them to affirm a health care compact .
Authorities are investigating a shooting that happened Tuesday morning in the 4600 block of South Brookhaven.
Wichita police say the burglars took trophies for a tournament this last weekend.
Reno County emergency specialist Evan Seiwert says the tornado was reported three miles southeast of Nickerson.