Eaton Corp. says it is cutting 30 percent of its jobs at a Hutchinson, Kansas, hydraulics plant, affecting 42 workers.
Another state has agreed to recognize Kansas concealed carry licenses.
National Take Back Day is coming up in Kansas on Saturday.
Heavy rain has washed out several sections of railroad track and caused untreated wastewater to be released.
Five people were hurt in a crash in Russell County on Thursday morning.
Authorities have confirmed that lightning caused a fire that destroyed a suburban Kansas City home.
The ACLU and the Social Justice Law Collective contend the policy violates the free speech of prisoners.
A Wichita man arrested and charged in the death of a 2-year-old girl was sentenced Wednesday.
The Storm Prediction Center doesn’t quantify the chance of specific hazards in its forecasts until the day the storms are expected.
A Wichita non-profit that helps people with disabilities needs the public’s help after losing their only fundraiser.
Kansas Turnpike officials are planning to modernize some toll plazas to make them safer and keep traffic moving.
A three-vehicle crash on US 54 Highway left two people with injuries Wednesday morning.
A Wichita man was on Capitol Hill Wednesday to testify about problems with the Transportation Security Administration.
Sedgwick county sergeant tells story of surviving a tornado in 1991.
St. Jude research is given to other hospitals to try and advance their care.