Standardizing testing is on hold for Kansas students because of Internet problems at the University of Kansas.
A Wichita man has been found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder in the shooting death of his wife at their home.
There were at least seven calls for service Thursday and that 10 new acres burned.
Kansas officials are waiting to learn whether state tax collections in March fell short of expectations.
The Sedgwick County Fire Department is reminding area residents that a burn ban is in effect during the month if April.
A Kansas county elections official parlayed his influence with Kan. Sec. of State Kobach to get a federal election position.
Authorities in Lawrence, Kan. are trying to determine what sparked a house fire that killed a man.
A Kansas judge has declined to intervene in legal efforts by a county and development group to block a planned state-owned casino.
Five weeks ago, the town of Hesston, Kansas was struck by tragedy when a gunman opened fire at the Excel Industries plant.
The fire crews who’ve been fighting the big Anderson Creek wildfire are still at it.
There’s an effort moving forward in Great Bend to recall the school board after two separate attacks on school buses.
A government report shows Kansas farmers are planning to plant a whole lot more corn this year.
The U.S. Department of Justice is warning taxpayers to beware of fraudulent tax return preparers and tax scheme promoters.
A 22-year-old Wichita man was sentenced on Tuesday to life in prison.
The City of Wichita’s Air Quality Division monitors and predicts high ozone days from April 1 through Oct. 31.