Kansas Today anchor Katie Taube and her family has a new addition.
Wichitans by the hundreds got out today to voice their opposition to President Trump’s executive orders.
Kansas State University has released a statement regarding the new order that would temporarily ban citizens of seven countries.
Department Secretary Phyllis Gilmore says the agency is “constantly striving to make sure children in Kansas are safe.”
Clinical trials will assess whether intensive cardiorespiratory exercise helps wounded warriors recover from mild traumatic brain injury.
Gov. Sam Brownback has called an April 11 special election to fill the 4th District seat covering southcentral Kansas.
A Hutchinson man has been sentenced to three years in prison for a drunken-driving accident that killed his friend.
A man who fled from police while an officer was hanging on to his steering wheel was sentenced to more than eight years in prison.
Officials say the driver was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the car.
The Wichita community is rallying around the family of a toddler who was hit and killed by a truck driver on Wednesday.
In fact, Kansas health officials say they’re seeing widespread flu activity throughout the state.
Officials worry they may lose federal funding.
Payless ShoeSource announces plans to lay off 165 people, 110 of whom work at locations in Topeka.
Wichita Festivals, Inc. unveiled the signature artwork for the 46th Riverfest set for June 2-10. The theme is “River Madness”.
Wichita police said the Walgreens was robbed at Central and Hillside early Friday morning.