The Wichita Police Department is asking everybody to be safe when going to and from your destination.
Abortion opponents have enjoyed a long string of legislative victories in Kansas in recent years.
A judge has dismissed part of a Title IX lawsuit filed against Kansas State by two women who allege they were raped at fraternity houses.
Kansas Supreme Court Chief Justice Lawton Nuss is trying to persuade legislators to increase salaries for judges.
The woman accused of killing a Wichita mother and stealing her child was bound over for trial.
Tuesday, April 11 is the day chosen for the 4th Congressional District election.
Wichita State arrived in Indianapolis Wednesday night preparing for its first round game in the NCAA tournament.
The owner of a stolen truck who chased after the car thief and then went along for a high-speed police chase said he would do it all over.
Hutchinson Fire Department firefighters answer questions about last week’s wildfires.
The student volunteers from Chaparral High School helped a rancher who lost his barn in last week’s wildfire.
The Oklahoma Senate has voted to punish a state senator who police say was found with a teenage boy in a motel room.
The Barton County 4-H Horse Club held a bake sale at the Orscheln store in Great Bend for wildfire victims.
Legislators are floating the idea of having Kansas adopt a “flat” personal income tax as lawmakers consider raising taxes to fix the budget.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports two small earthquakes in northern Oklahoma.
The bill would require the parks’ insurance companies to hire engineers with some experience to inspect rides that are inspected privately.