The United Way kicked off its annual fundraising campaign today with an interactive poverty simulation and $14.3 million goal.
John W. Broomes would replace retiring U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten in Wichita.
The annual fair starts Friday and runs through Sept. 17 on the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson.
A 19-year-old man is charged with killing one man and wounding two others at a Lawrence motel.
Wichita police are investigating a possible abduction and kidnapping at a mobile home park.
The regional airline hub providing service between Dodge City, Liberal and Denver is grounding its operations two months earlier .
Soldiers of the Kansas National Guard’s 35th Military Police Company posted a message to let family and friends know they are safe.
The commission filed suit Tuesday against PS Holding LLC, the former owner of a Pizza Studio restaurant in Kansas City.
With the new school year underway, many local school districts continue to focus on security and safety.
So it prompted KSN to ask some questions about how do PFA’s work
A pair of Wichita DACA recipients said they feel betrayed by the Trump Administration’s decision to rescind the DACA program.
KSN spoke with a friend of the Brewer family who says he and the family did everything they could to try to locate Evan.
A standoff with Wichita police ended peacefully Wednesday night. It happened near 1st and Main.
Already, two Emergency Response Vehicles are deploying from the Salina office ahead of Irma to ensure resources are in place.
Wesley Children’s Hospital celebrated its one year anniversary today with a birthday party for staff and patient families.