Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt Wednesday asked the U.S. Senate to protect consumers from unwanted and intrusive robocalls.
Police in Newton say they’ve identified a man responsible for a rash of burglaries overnight on Friday, Feb. 5th.
Kansas’ Attorney General wants the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on a case that could restrict federal regulatory agencies on making and interp…
The Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher program will begin accepting preliminary applications for a limited time.
President John Bardo discusses Wichita State’s future in letter.
Some are asking if county could do a better job communicating with public. County says “communications changes” are for the better.
Skin cancer survivors and a dozen like-minded organizations have testified in support of a bill that would ban tanning beds.
Federal prosecutors have charged a former tribal casino employee with embezzlement .
A California company has agreed to pay $110,000 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call Act and Kansas Consumer Protection Act.
According to Lt. Brian Hall of the Newton Police Department, it was all thanks to tips from the community.
KSN takes a closer look at the personal information we could find out online – about total strangers – in a matter of minutes.
A bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents has received first-round approvaL.
A Mayberry Middle School teacher has been placed on paid administrative leave after accusations made by a student.
Lawmakers are weighing legislation that would make it illegal to post photos of a nude person online without his or her consent.
The state has filed a notice of appeal in the lawsuit brought by The Salina Journal and The Associated Pres.