The Wichita Downtown Development Corporation is pleased to release the 2016 State of Downtown Report.
Democrat Steven Davis wants the grand jury to investigate whether the secretary of state mishandled online voter registrations.
The Kansas Department of Health said there are four new cases of Zika in Kansas.
Police have arrested a Hutchinson teenager after another teen was wounded in an accidental shooting.
Judge David J. Waxse in Topeka dismissed Eddie Gordon Sr.’s 2014 lawsuit against the Shawnee County Jail and its administrators..
The robbery happened around 6:30 p.m. at the Johnson’s General Store in the 5400 block of North Meridian.
The Agriculture Department has closed offices in five states after receiving anonymous threats.
Wichita fire crews discovered one man and two dogs dead in the bedroom.
Authorities in Seward County have identified the man killed in a weekend shooting in Liberal.
A shelter that serves survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault victims in South Central Kansas has closed its doors.
Heavy rain brought street flooding around Great Bend on Monday afternoon.
The Lee Richardson Zoo said Jeri, a female gaur, passed away on Saturday.
The number of students being sent home due to illness has increased substantially.
Government officials say traffic fatalities rose 7.2 percent in 2015 compared to the previous year.
The Justice for Joey campaign held another candlelight vigil at the high school stadium in Oakley.