The Kansas Today morning team was happy to announce some exciting news Friday morning.
It happened at the corner of 16th and Broadway.
Members of the Wichita Downtown Development Corporation (WDDC) have concluded their “placemaking” project and say it was a success.
A man was shot and killed by a Hays Police officer Thursday afternoon.
The Kansas Department of Transportation says a worker has been killed in a mowing accident in western Kansas.
Six lakes, including Sedgwick County’s Lake Afton, are included in this week’s blue-green algae warning.
On Wednesday morning, students will head to their new classrooms for their first full day.
A preliminary hearing took place for former Dallas Cowboy Joseph Randle in Sedgwick County.
Four people were killed, including three Silver Lake students, in a crash northwest of Topeka.
The Finney County Attorney’s Office says that while the charges against Steven Thompson are dropped, the case is not over.
Beginning Thursday through September 5, drivers can expect an increase of law officers looking for impaired drivers.
The move Wednesday is at the request of prosecutors and comes just days before Robert S. McCaslin was to go to trial.
The KCC has granted several requests to intervene in the proposed merger between Westar Energy and Great Plains Energy.
The meetings were scheduled Aug. 22-26 in Topeka, Wichita, Pittsburg, Dodge City and Overland Park.
A dump truck was driving west when a small Nissan pickup driving east crossed the center line and struck the truck head-on.