Southern Kansas experienced nearly two dozen earthquakes in the past week.
The Boeing Co. has paid $18 million to settle a whistleblower lawsuit.
There’s new technology up and running at the Salina Police Department: License plate readers that track cars as they go by.
Kansas State University has received permission to change the name of its Salina campus to the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus.
A local partnership between WATC and Spirit is giving graduates a leg up on getting a good job.
Wichita police say a tip to Crime Stoppers led to the arrest of a suspect who allegedly attacked a woman in Old Town.
A jury on Tuesday rejected Jennifer Connell’s lawsuit, finding the boy was not liable for her injuries.
Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department employees got a surprise visit from a television “Parks and Recreation” star.
More deer are on the move for secure habitats which increase the chances of vehicle collisions.
Anthony Palma was arrested Monday for disappearance and death of 8-year-old Kristen Hatfield.
Topeka will pay a $10,000 fine for the accidental release of 3 million gallons of raw sewage into the Kansas River
Extra security was on hand this morning at Wichita’s South High due to a vague threat.
Federal officials say a plane carrying 78 people was forced to abort a takeoff at Los Angeles International Airport.
A federal agreement requires a Kansas pharmaceutical plant accused of gender discrimination to pay about $400,000 in back wages.
A 37-year-old Fredonia man was killed in a motorcycle accident Tuesday night.