The investigation into public mailboxes being destroyed and mail possibly being stolen is still ongoing but the post office did offer ways to protect yourself from mail theft.
Parents are being told to do what they can to keep their kids warm as they go to school in the morning.
A two-year-old girl in Salina died Tuesday after a TV fell on her. The incident isn’t as uncommon as many may think with thousands of children getting injured and sometimes killed each year from such an incident.
A state senator pushing for stricter abortion laws hoped to show members of the public and a welfare committee how ultrasounds can influence women to not have abortions.
Wichita State beat Illinois State 70-55 to remain unbeaten, along with No. 1 Arizona and No. 2 Syracuse.
City leaders say security is getting close scrutiny by the Airport Authority.
A Kansas judge has ruled that a man who donated sperm to a lesbian couple after responding to their online ad is the father of a child born to the women and must pay child support.
The mother of a drunken driving crash victim is urging lawmakers to support a bill that would require crime victims to receive at least two weeks warning, when feasible, before an offender is released.
After weighing public input and the water conservation concerns of city officials, Kansas Department of Transportation officials have decided to keep the parking areas open at the Russell rest areas along I-70.
After several stormy years in the construction business, the outlook for 2014 is looking much brighter.
The Kansas attorney general’s office is confirming that it has spent slightly more than $1 million on outside attorneys defending anti-abortion laws enacted in the past three years.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says reviewing the state’s birth records will allow election officials to remove 7,700 people from the list of voters whose registrations are on hold.
Target Corp. says it will no longer be offering health care coverage for its part-time workers.
A judge has set an evidentiary hearing next month on requests by Kansas and Arizona for a court order forcing federal election officials to modify voter registration forms.
Salina police have identified the 2-year-old girl who was killed when an older-style television fell on her.