A Wichita man died in an accident in east Wichita. It happened on Greenwich between 31st and 39th Street South.
The culinary community continues remembering Tanya Tandoc. This, the same day the man arrested in Tandoc’s murder is formally charged.
The $59 million bond issue to improve facilities and operations for USD 261 received an overwhelming endorsement.
Doubts are growing that Kansas legislators will raise taxes to avoid steep spending cuts.
Kansas agriculture officials have issued an order prohibiting movement of Kansas poultry to stop the spread of bird flu.
KSN has learned new details about just how the city plans to outfit officers with body cameras
Tuesday morning the El Dorado Police Department responded to a reported burglary and sexual assault.
A federal appeals court says a blanket ban on Internet use deprives parolees of a component of modern life.
The state’s higher education system would lose $48 million from potential spending cuts.
Officials say potential spending cuts outlined by Gov. Sam Brownback’s budget director would be felt in classrooms.
The number of probable cases of whooping cough in Reno County has grown from three to 23 since May.
Curtis Mitchell, the man arrested in her death, went before a judge Tuesday to hear the charges against him.
Lawmakers say they are still in session to avoid the governor from cutting schools, Medicaid.
-A Shawnee County court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the state’s largest teachers’ union.
Majority Leader Terry Bruce says the Senate might not pass another tax plan after a tight vote advanced a package this weekend.