Volunteer efforts do not go unnoticed in disaster management.
With hundreds of firefighters coming in to battle the Highlands fire this week, it takes a special crew to watch over their well-being.
KSN spoke off-camera to several fire investigators who say a suspicious classification means they cannot pinpoint an accidental cause.
Crews from surrounding communities lent their resources to help battle the flames.
The business assets of Priority Motorsports were seized Thursday by the Kansas Department of Revenue and Andover police
The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled in favor of two men who were charged with aggravated battery.
One center will be set up at the Kansas State Fair grounds and a second center will open at Ashland High School.
Alex Deaton made his first court appearance Friday. It was a short hearing held in Pratt County
Wichita State University has agreed to pay a $98,578 fine for mishandling hazardous wastes.
A man carrying a black semiautomatic pistol entered the Subway in the 1000 block W Douglas.
The Kansas Supreme Court has thrown out the life sentence of one of three men convicted in the killing of an 18-year-old woman.
A Kansas appellate court says a man convicted of assault and weapons charges deserves a new trial.
The FAA approval means Doc’s Friends, Inc. can begin touring with the airplane with reduced flight limitations.
Oklahoma rancher R.A. Bentley lost cattle, buildings and equipment to this week’s wildfire, remains upbeat.
The Highlands fire in Hutchinson suspicious in nature according to fire investigators and law enforcement.