The WPD began an official test project last fall to track warnings. But is a warning enough to change how a person drives?
If you’re on the Kansas No Call List, you shouldn’t be getting those calls, but many of us still do.
Free internet is everywhere, and almost all of us have used it. But what’s billed as free could end up costing you big in the end.
Every day more than 11,000 vehicles drive over a section of Interstate 70 in Russell County that is actually sinking.
Last year, KSN found out firsthand that many stores are not checking the age of their customers.
A request for information about the WPD Brady-Giglio list led to questions about private arbitration hearings.
An automated external defibrillator, or AED, can save your life — but only if it’s working properly.
One of the child victims of a former Beloit Junior-Senior High School teacher speaks out to KSN News about the offender who’s been back in K…
Staffing concerns at Sedgwick’s volunteer EMS department have the city council considering the fate of its emergency services.
Since Kansas reinstated the death penalty in 1994, 22 years ago, no one has been executed. The last time someone was executed in our state w…
After revealing the results of our KSN Investigation: Guns & Kids, we tell the story of one of our child participants.
In partnership with the Sedgwick Co. Sheriff’s Office, KSN put 7 kids to the test.
Curiosity. It’s kids’ nature. But what would your child do if they found a real gun — or what they believed was a real gun?
The layoffs at Bombardier has KSN asking questions about financial help the City of Wichita gave the company to help it grow.
KSN takes a closer look at the personal information we could find out online – about total strangers – in a matter of minutes.