Corn harvest is 17 percent finished in the state. Usually 29 percent is done on average by this time.
Monday morning Liz Willis returned home after competing in the Paralympics.
Street and storm water drain improvements will have Pawnee at Interstate 135 closed.
An employees union has received complaints that managers kept some employees from receiving superior ratings on reviews.
The Eisenhower Memorial Commission announced Monday that Ike’s relatives now support the memorial designed by architect Frank Gehry.
Kansas budget woes haven’t touched the state’s executive aircraft, which is getting a new paint job.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 3.2 magnitude quake hit with an epicenter just to the north of the town.
Victim advocates are criticizing a Kansas judge’s recent reference to the novel “Fifty Shades of Grey” in an alleged rape case.
Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay discussed the officer-involved shooting that happened Sunday in Wichita.
In reversing, the appeals panel also said another judge should be assigned to the case.
Sheriff Capt. Steve Lutz says authorities questioned students and confiscated phones at the schools.
It happened Saturday evening in the 2000 block of South Gold.
A woman says she was taken from her car, then had her hands and hair cut multiple times.
According to Trooper Chad Crittenden, a motorcycle collided with a Ford F-150.
The future USS Wichita was christened Saturday at the shipyard in Marinette, where it was built.