As the city’s zoning needs change, not all residents are on board.
Heritage College has notified the Kansas Board of Regents it is shutting down campuses in Wichita and Kansas City.
Officials are reminding residents about free Wichita Transit service next Tuesday to encourage residents to vote.
The ex-wife of a man charged with leaving their toddler son to die in a hot SUV bitterly told a jury Tuesday: “He destroyed my life.”
Police were contacted about the shooting after the woman showed up the Wesley Medical Center.
A Kansas man alleges in a lawsuit that police fatally shot his unarmed brother.
A 17-year-old North High School student was injured after his bike was hit by a bus heading to McCollom Elementary.
Authorities say a couple who were shot to death along with another man was facing drug and child endangerment charges.
The Wichita Fire Department battled a house fire early Tuesday morning in northeast Wichita.
Kansas says its tax collections fell nearly $13 million short of expectations in October
Justin Timberlake got into hot water for taking a voting selfie in Tennessee, but Kansas don’t have to worry.
At Skyline School in Pratt, local farmers are donating beef to the school to be used for student lunches.
A suspect in an officer-involved shooting and robbery back in September made his first court appearance Monday.
Patrick Stein says federal prosecutors didn’t share their evidence with his defense attorney until 10 minutes before a detention hearing.
Here are some tips to make sure everyone stays safe while trick-or-treating.