A man accused of killing three people at two Kansas Jewish sites has been ordered to begin his defense this week.
KSN has learned from authorities that the person committed suicide.
Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball has regained eligibility for postseason play for the upcoming season.
Friends and relatives mourned a 22-year-old Kansas State student who died in a shooting earlier this month.
Kris Kobach’s law is being challenged again in court by two people who say the law violates their right to vote.
Some Ft. Riley soldiers are providing around-the-clock medevac support in the fight against the massive wildfire in Washington.
State funding cuts are impacting some community corrections offices around the state.
A veteran hoping to get a prosthetic leg through the VA hospital in Wichita says he is still waiting for help from the agency
A Kansas judge is allowing two voters to continue pursuing a lawsuit challenging how Secretary of State Kris Kobach is enforcing a proof of …
Governor Sam Brownback will hold a town hall meeting in Leavenworth in early September to discuss the transfer of Guantanamo detainees.
Interfaith Housing has received a grant from the Kansas Housing Resources Corporation to build two new rental homes.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is trading barbs over social media with Hillary Clinton on voting rights.
The caller tells them they have a warrant for their arrest for failing to appear for jury duty.
Kansas high school students taking the ACT college entrance exam are scoring better than average than their peers nationally.
A Kansas State University student who was killed in Chicago was remembered for her positive attitude and beaming smile.