Authorities say a walker and a set of hearing aids have been stolen from a 79-year-old woman attending a KU game.
The sound of progress fills the air at St. Jude Dream Home site in Derby, Kansas as pieces are put in place to make the dream a reality.
A fourth person has been charged in the 2014 kidnapping and killing of a woman on the Fort Riley military base.
Kansas legislators have moved swiftly to protect a government office building near the Statehouse.
the district now says it has not yet changed any policies.
Both bills are designed to keep the state’s microbrewery industry growing.
A struggling Northeast Wichita neighborhood gets input to rebuild the area.
Authorities are investigating assault allegations involving members of a Kansas high school swim team.
Officers seized the business assets of Burritos El Mexicano which owed $50,419 in state sales taxes.
Kansas would increase its vehicle registration fees to help its Highway Patrol put more troopers on the state’s highways.
Kansas House members aren’t ready to increase it to 80 on interstates.
KSN sat down with the new chief to go over any issues or concerns he’s seen and what he hopes to accomplish in the future.
The election assistance commission’s director Brian Newby had granted the states’ request to change form’s instructions for their residents.
KDOT says to expect lane closures on westbound Kellogg from Edwards to West Street.
The Kansas Senate has passed a bill to lessen the penalties for sexting by middle and high school students.