Gammon Elementary is being evacuated as a precaution, and Wichita fire crews are on the scene.
Westar Energy is alerting customers that imposters are threatening to disconnect service.
The state unveiled the plaque Wednesday during a ceremony. It is the 11th on a “Walk of Honor” started in 2011.
The KBI is looking into allegations that a Chapparal High School secretary had sex with a student.
Controversy over a program that helps provide for women, infants and children among Sedgwick County Commissioners Wednesday.
A woman found inside her car at Fort Riley on Sep. 22, has been identified.
Gov. Brownback says he’s not considering additional spending cuts or tax increases to keep the budget balanced.
Police in Ohio say they were called to a house by a man who complained he’d gotten too high smoking marijuana.
The justices on Wednesday were critical of the Kansas Supreme Court, which overturned the death sentences of three men.
The two-day event begins Nov. 18 at the Hilton Garden Inn and Conference Center in Manhattan.
A 44-year-old Chanute man has been indicted on charges of manufacturing and selling gun silencers illegally.
Old water lines in Great Bend have been causing problems like pipes bursting and rust in the water because they’re made out of cast iron.
Katie Rufener, a former Holcomb teacher, is now on paid leave from a school district in Ohio.
The former city attorney of Manhattan has been charged with distributing child pornography.
A northeast Kansas man accused of causing the 2014 death of a Manhattan bicyclist has been sentenced to 44 days in jail.