A lot of people are upset about proposed budget cuts. That includes Spirit Aerosystems.
Barton Community College is making five percent cuts across the board, in an effort to keep property taxes down.
Boeing has broken ground for the newest facility in its Oklahoma City campus, a 290,000 square-foot building.
Work continues to transform “The Hole” into a pop-up urban park in downtown Wichita.
Authorities arrested two men in Mt. Hope for alleged possession of drugs.
A 25-year-old Topeka man has been sentenced to 14 years in federal prison for sex trafficking a 15-year-old girl.
The Wichita Police Department will conduct a DUI saturation patrol in the Patrol West Bureau on Thursday.
The Great Bend Police Department is searching for two men who robbed the Casey’s General Store on 10th Street.
The hearing is to determine if statements Sierra Niehaus gave to investigators after her sister was killed last summer will be allowed.
Sports mascots from across the country converge on Topeka’s Washburn University to polish their skills.
Republican legislators have blocked a state audit of the Kansas foster care system.
Police spokesman Patrick McCallop says an employee had an ongoing feud with his boss pulled out a gun and shot him.
Awnterio Dwan Lowery was found guilty for killing 42-year-old Tiffany Davenport-Ray.
A special state task force says treatment options for the mentally ill in Kansas are lacking.
The appeals court rejected Angela Dillard’s argument that the government violated her free speech rights by suing her.