The Dodge City school district has had a confirmed case of scarlet fever, a sickness very much like strep throat.
Students in a central Kansas school district are getting a day off because of an illness outbreak.
Authorities are investigating after a central Kansas teen was wounded in what appeared to be an accidental shooting.
A group of people in Newton have come together to raise funds for a high school athlete’s letterman jacket.
State Treasurer Ron Estes beat out four other candidates to secure the necessary amount of votes to win the nomination.
Stafford County officials hope to change that by bringing a new business to the town.
USD 259 actively recruiting substitute teachers.
A 22-year-old Wichita man was charged in federal court for two armed robberies at auto parts stores.
Authorities say a SWAT standoff on S. Broadway has ended peacefully.
It was a first for K-State to implant a pacemaker in a ferret.
A major rating agency has revised the outlook on its credit rating for Kansas to “negative” from “stable.”
The Kansas Natural Resources Conservation Service is taking applications for those affected by a wildfire in March of 2016.
Joseph Randle is facing new charges for an incident in the Sedgwick County Jail.
The Senate had planned to debate a bill Thursday that would cut aid to public schools by $128 million by June 30.
“He was like one of those people that you consider you would want to have as your next door neighbor, somebody you could go fishing with.”