Court paperwork obtained by KSN’s sister station KSNT News shows the first part of the fight by Raymond and Amelia Schwab to get their five …
The Kansas budget director notified the head of the Kansas Employees Retirement System Friday the scheduled April 15th fund transfer would b…
The Kansas attorney general and two professional trucking associations have announced a program to prevent sex trafficking on state highways…
A man who admitted in court nine years ago that he sexually assaulted his adopted daughter has been resentenced .
Wichita police say three small children were found wandering through traffic.
The Kansas State Supreme Court responds to the school finance bill that was signed by Governor Sam Brownback.
Wichita police say a question about a new job sparked a sword and machete fight between roommates.
City of Wichita and Park & Recreation officials are seeking public feedback regarding the Aquatics Master Plan.
The Salina Police Department confirmed Wednesday that a missing family has been located and are safe.
Thousands of voters will find out later this month if they’ll be able to participated in the August primaries this year.
The wildfire in Morton County in southwest Kansas is mostly contained, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
The NTSB has released its preliminary findings in a train derailment that occurred near Cimarron in mid March.
Leaders in the state’s largest school district are speaking out about the school funding bill the governor signed.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says smokers go to reservations to buy cheap cigarettes.
The League of Women Voters has joined a lawsuit seeking to overturn a law that requires voters to show proof of citizenship to register.