Breaking News // The Kansas Supreme Court says the state’s current public school funding levels are unconstitutional.
A Kansas House committee chairman has outlined a new proposal for phasing in sales of strong beer, wine and liquor in grocery and convenience stores.
Federal prosecutors are seeking more time to file a key motion in their case against a Wichita man accused of plotting an airport suicide bombing.
The fourth and final suspect in the death of a Kansas man two years ago has been sentenced to prison.
A possible threat on an American Airlines flight from Chicago to Kansas City prompted officials to evacuate the passengers and search the plane in a remote section of the airport.
Local banks are racing to upgrade their ATMs after Microsoft announces it will stop providing those machines with tech support.
An injury accident has been reported at 135th West and Maple.
A man has been taken to the hospital in critical condition after a stabbing in the 800 block of S. Market.
The German manufacturer of a roller coaster from which a woman fell to her death is blaming Six Flags for the accident.
City leaders are feeling the fallout from that now controversial call to change the name of Wichita’s airport.
Wichita State has struggled in the past, trying to separate itself from crime in the neighboring residential community.
The Wheatland Electric Cooperative will save thousands with refinancing, but will it pass on its savings to customers?
A high school is probably one of last places you would think of for a coffee house, but some students are taking business into their own hands.
Wesley Medical Center has a new heart monitor that can help diagnose heart conditions and save lives.
A northeast Kansas sheriff is alerting the public to a hoax phone call demanding ransom to spare the life of a loved one.