Wichita police arrested two people in homicide that occurred back in July of 2013.
A Cheyenne County jury yesterday found Vance White, 45, of St. Francis, guilty of aggravated criminal threat.
Ross S. Relph of the Wilson County Citizen was on the scene of the train derailment and sent these photos.
Kansas 39 between Highway 400 to Highway 75 is now open after a train derailment Thursday.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is pushing bills to give himself prosecutorial power.
A Blue Rapids woman has been indicted with one count of theft of mail by a postal employee.
Rep. Gail Finney, of Wichita, and Sen. David Haley of Kansas City filed medical marijuana bills.
Gov. Sam Brownback is preparing to outline his agenda for lawmakers’ 90-day session in his annual State of the State.
A federal report says about 75,900 Kansans either signed up or re-enrolled in the Affordable Care Act.
Bombardier Inc. announced the pause of its Learjet 85 program. It announced 1,000 employees will be cut and 620 are in Wichita.
Wichita police arrested the twin brother of one the victims in a double murder.
A new report ranks Kansas as the ninth most regressive state in the nation when it comes to state and local tax systems in 2015.
Kansas lawmakers have agreed to consider two bills that would create new commissions to find ways to operate schools.
Kansas gets about $100 Million in an oil and gas “severance” tax each year. Lower oil prices will lower revenues for the state.
Jayla Haag was severely abused and died from her injuries in March of 2012.