The Wichita Fire Department was called out to the 500 block of North Kessler around 2 a.m.
A federal agency is investigating the death of a 30-year-old oil field worker in central Kansas.
Law enforcement officials are investigating the shooting death of a 71-year-old man in rural Harvey County.
The Kansas AG’s office says legal disputes involving the state’s gay marriage ban have cost taxpayers nearly $100,000.
The Kansas Court of Appeals says a so-called “driveway tax” imposed by a Kansas City suburb is illegal.
Lawrence Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 38-year-old man reported missing last month.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Thursday issued an Independence Day message citing the courage and resolve of America’s founders.
Multiple local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are investigating the illegal manufacturing of explosives in the Topeka area.
One Missouri school district is advertising for teaching jobs with billboards in the Sunflower State.
Terror threat is real, say officials. But, could it happen in Kansas?
Kansas gambling regulators have given final approval for a business partnership to begin building a casino in southeast Kansas.
Kansas might not issue $1 billion in bonds to boost the long-term health of its public pension system.
The Dodge City Public Library has received a $10,000 grant for projects exploring local stories of Latino history and culture.
A deluge of donations is raising hope that an emergency overnight shelter in Hutchinson could reopen.
The governor said religious liberties need to be protected. As for legislation next year, he said, “We’re looking at that.”