One Kansas senator hopes to tighten the requirements for employees in our kids’ schools through more frequent background checks.
In a KSN investigation, we take a closer look at Superfund Toxic Sites, as designated by the EPA, in Wichita.
Almost 90 percent of teens use some sort of social media, and it causes just as much angst for parents as it does their kids.
Millions of dollars are spent on air fare subsidies. Is the cost worth the benefit? We look at the numbers.
Dave Nelson has been driving big rigs across the Sunflower State for nearly 25 years, and he’s no fan of the Kansas Turnpike.
Tonight, Leon takes the next step in his journey. He tells us about it in his words.
Wichita firefighters are pushing for “presumptive” coverage of cancers they believe may have been caused by their exposure.
With evidence coming to light that firefighters may face three times the cancer risk, some Kansas lawmakers say they will fight for more com…
Research shows that toxic gases and chemicals that firefighters are exposed to over time multiply their risk of cancer.
KSN traveled to Albuquerque to see the impact of body cameras and how their police department is using them.
A computer issue leads to Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas customers getting letters saying their coverage was cancelled.
Child welfare officials had investigated the family just days before the death of 10-year-old Caleb Blansett
It is a major project for southwest Kansas. A huge diary operation with the price tag of $100 million.
Three AMBER Alerts have been issued in Kansas this year. Of those, two ended with the victim being found, the third, back in February, ended…
When students logged on to school computers to take a new state assessment test, the system crashed and test data was never completely relea…