A man charged with killing his uncle is set to go on trial in October.
Westar Energy has dropped plans for three new energy efficiency programs.
Local advocacy groups are disappointed in the Kansas Legislature’s budget plan passed Friday afternoon.
Ft. Riley said goodbye Friday to the U-S Army’s Kiowa helicopter. The aircraft is being retired.
Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennet says no charges will be filed against the officers who shot Icarus Randolph in July 2014.
The plan will raise $384 million during the fiscal year that begins July 1 to balance the budget.
Eight arctic fox kits were born at Great Bend’s Brit-Spaugh Zoo on May 31st.
A Dodge City bond issue with a price tag of more than $85 million could be at risk, not from opposition, but after a ballot misprint.
Wichita Festivals, Inc. reported Riverfest’s total attendance rose to 410,000.
Rainy weather sounds like a good thing for farmers, but this close to harvest rain is a bad thing.
KSN is looking into whether the Kansas Secretary of State has seen an increase in LLC businesses.
Students at Haven High School will have to look at each other while dancing next school year.
A 36-year-old Kansas woman has pleaded guilty in an accident that killed a passenger on a motorcycle.
The Sierra Club chapters from the two states have scheduled the meeting Saturday at the Medford Civic Center in Medford, Oklahoma.
Three grants from a federal fund and donations from Ducks Unlimited and its partners will pay for nearly $9 million in habitat protection.