Gov. Brownback said last week that he is hopes his appointment will be voted on before Christmas.
Sedgwick County commissioners will consider selling the southern portion of the land through public auction.
A Wichita CPA says the proposed tax reform bill will potentially benefit Kansans and people across the country, but that is all depending on…
Wichita charities are struggling to help all of those in need after receiving fewer donations.
Mental health is a topic rarely brought up, but doctors call it a serious problem that can lead to suicide.
Snakes are typically hibernating in Kansas by late November, but the weather has been unusually warm.
Medal winner from Haysville is being honored as Big 12 female Special Olympic Athlete of Year
AAA says 420 people have died in Kansas traffic accidents so far this year.
It’s late November, but city leaders in Wichita are discussing a hot topic, fireworks.
Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay is asking Kansas lawmakers to take another look at the rules surrounding the release of body cam footage.
The KBI is asking anyone with information related to the Sept. 6 murder of Emporia teenager, Jesus Avila-Galvin Jr., to come forward.
A three-judge panel of the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed the appeal filed by John T. Booker, Jr., of Topeka.
Darius Warner was charged Tuesday in Sedgwick County Court with voluntary manslaughter in the death of 30-year-old Theo Lolar.
A man was injured in a crash involving a deer on I-70 nine miles west of Salina early Tuesday morning.
KSU will use a $1 million gift to create at least 30 matching scholarships as part of the university’s Family Scholarship Program.