Wichitans are showing their respect and paying tribute to a woman who inspired a lot of people in the community.
Lawmakers say they will meet Saturday if they can’t get a budget deal done Friday night.
Four people were canoeing in the Arkansas River in Hutchinson when one of the canoes capsized.
At least 24,200 workers at Kansas state government agencies and state universities have received notices that they’ll be furloughed.
Some state agencies will continue to function in spite of a potential furlough.
Regents Universities in Kansas are preparing for furloughs.
Shona Banda has been of social media for her advocacy of marijuana and cannabis oil to treat Chron’s Disease.
The KDHE has documented a substantial increase in the number of mosquitoes within the past week
Fort Hays State University’s President’s Cabinet has approved for the campus to be entirely tobacco free, effective July 1, 2016.
Two workers who suffered second-degree burns underwent weeks of skin graft surgery and physical therapy.
A federal judge has tossed out a legal challenge from a national gun control group of a Kansas law.
A docket notation Friday shows the change-of-plea hearing for Terry L. Loewen is set for Monday afternoon.
If you’ve never given fishing a try but would like to cast a line, you can do it for free the weekend of June 6 and 7.
The Wichita Art Museum is spending $3 million to add new gardens, pathways and an amphitheater to its outdoors.
A WSU student-teacher has been charged with unlawful sexual relations with a student at Heights High School.