Officials say ten lifeguards at a public pool in Manhattan were taken to a hospital for chlorine exposure.
Snow has been with the Wichita Fire Department for 29 years.
The department teamed up with Watermark Books as part of the initiative called “Building Bridges through Books.”
Hot temperatures and little to no rain is causing some concern for some Kansas corn farmers.
A Mulvane woman is helping to change the way the littlest of babies are cared for, with lots of love and yarn.
The child who was taken by a woman from a gas station in Kansas City has been found safe.
The Park City Police Chief says his staff has been stretched thin for about a year.
Jones is currently being held on $57,500 bond.
Crops have endured drought, ice, blizzards, fires, and disease.
Heat exhaustion symptoms include: headaches, cramps, dizziness and nausea.
The new blood mobile will be hitting the road next week.
Verizon says 6 million customers were affected, but the company says that none of the information made it into the wrong hands.
New Kansas law prompts some to close pool slides until they get inspected.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service projected on Wednesday that U.S. growers would bring in 1.28 billion bushels .
A 22-year-old Wichita man was arrested for a murder last month. The murder happened in the 3900 block of East 13th North.