Three people who allegedly robbed a Stilwell bank on March 9th have been charged in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas.
The Kansas House has voted to send back to committee a measure dealing with refugees coming into some communities in the state.
Wichita State University could be teaming up with the City of Wichita and Sedgwick County to build a new law enforcement training center.
Top Kansas lawmakers have hired a Kansas City-area attorney to represent the Legislature in a school funding lawsuit.
The pistachios were sold under the brand names Wonderful, Paramount Farms, and Trader Joe’s and were sold nationwide and in Canada.
A woman has pleaded not guilty to giving her former boyfriend the guns used in last month’s shooting at Excel Industries in Hesston.
Hutchinson schools says, after interviewing almost a dozen students, there is no credibility to rumors of new threats.
Steve Dillard was announced as Admiral Windwagon Smith XLIII, ambassador of Riverfest 2016, on Wednesday during a press conference.
Experts recommend getting between seven to nine hours of sleep a night, but the Daylight Saving Time transition could make that difficult.
A California truck driver accused of traveling to Wichita with more than 15 pounds of methamphetamine has been indicted.
A teen from Maize was injured Wednesday in a one-vehicle crash in Butler County near Towanda.
State Department of Education hands out school money now. That could change.
Westar Energy wants to increase its monthly residential rates again.
Excel Industries in Hesston opened its doors Wednesday to workers and their family members.
Kansas minors could be barred from using tanning beds. It won first round approval Wednesday in the House.