At Home, the home decor superstore, is now open in Wichita. The 104,000 square-foot store is located at 301 S. Towne East Mall Drive.
Organizers have rekindled a floating event on the Arkansas River, which once again actually has water in it in Kansas.
Wichita police say a 34-year-old man was arrested for child sex crimes after being caught with a 14-year-old girl.
Douglas County commissioners have approved a permit for a specialty meat shop despite opposition from Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Oil and gas industry watchers say pump prices have jumped because of partial shutdown of large oil refinery in Indiana.
Lori Hart, who has been with the Kansas State Fair for 17 years, was recently named interim General Manager.
Spirit AeroSystems rolled out the complete first fuselage for the first Boeing 737 MAX on Thursday.
Kansas DCF has been using the workers, called special investigators, in addition to state-licensed social workers.
A Kansas man who killed a woman and her 4-year-old son has been returned to prison nearly 11 years after being released on parole.
Sedgwick County commissioners did a lot of cutting Wednesday, but they did put money back into the budget for one EMS station.
Jeremy Farmer has resigned as mayor of Lawrence, two days after he resigned from his job as executive director at a food pantry.
A Madison, Kansas woman has been was ordered to pay more than $10,000 in restitution related to Medicaid fraud.
The tunnels under the hotel are open again after being refurbished.
The government’s first corn production forecast of the season anticipates a good 2015 harvest in Kansas.
The public pension system for Kansas teachers and government workers says its long-term financial health improved last year.