A staple in the Wichita community for nearly 80 years, the National Baseball Congress is making some changes. It’s hoping to get the tournament back on the right track.
Kansas legislators may be rethinking proposed cuts in higher education spending as they try to finish work on budget issues.
Gov. Sam Brownback has opened the summer “Read Kansas Read” program by reading a story about ducks and rabbits to a group of children at the Statehouse.
With the annual Wichita River Festival approaching, the Arkansas River is suitable for recreational uses, a condition reflected in the green flags flying near the river.
Kansas legislators are considering a proposal to lower the state sales tax on groceries as part of a larger plan that also cuts income taxes.
A Kansas man serving a life sentence for killing a sheriff’s deputy is trying to recover more than $4,500 in cash seized from his home on the day of the shooting.
The Sedgwick County district attorney says no charges will be filed for now over the disposal of a baby’s body in a trash bin at a Wichita shopping center.
Salina police say a 10-year-old girl is hospitalized after she suffered an electrical shock while she and three other children were playing during a storm.
- A 38-year-old Kansas man was sentenced to 30 years in prison for taking pornographic photos of young children, including one that showed a naked 2-year-old boy in a roasting pan inside an oven.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says four people who died Tuesday in an accident in Ellsworth County were from Colorado.
A 11-year-old girl was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being shocked, Salina police said Wednesday.
A man was gunned down by his brother in northwest Wichita on Wednesday night, according to Sedgwick County Dispatchers.
The number of people storm chasing during severe weather is becoming a growing issue in Sedgwick County in light of recent storms.
A Kansas car theft victim is out of the hospital after paying a heavy price for trying to recover the vehicle herself.
Gov. Sam Brownback believes Kansas lawmakers are making progress in resolving tax issues even though the House and Senate have suspended negotiations for now.