The police department said the $342,000 grant from the U.S. Justice Department will buy body cameras for 228 officers.
The court has ordered lawmakers to enact a new, fairer education funding law that also significantly boosts spending on public schools.
The FFF Game of the Week was Buhler vs. Augusta.
Diepenbrock and Van Wyhe gave KSN a tour of the facilities that would be used should severe weather hit.
Downed power poles closes K-156 from Jetmore to Hanston.
The honor flight takes veterans to Washington, DC where they’re able to visit war memorials.
District Attorney Marc Bennett said no one in the District Attorney’s Office will ever call consumers asking for money.
“Take care of my employees and kids because I just killed a guy,” Wirths told an acquaintance after the shooting.
Petitioners say they’re now focusing on fighting plans of additional wells across several counties.
KSN spoke with local law enforcement agencies that say the Kansas Bureau of Investigation agent shortage is impacting their investigations.
A Wichita cancer patient has found new hope thanks to a group of strangers and their creativity.
The Foley’s have started a petition. Anything they can do to have the city law changed.
The remains of Kopetsky and Runions were found in April in a rural area near Belton.
While this weekend may inconvenience drivers, Hein says, it’s part of the big picture.