A Hutchinson woman already serving a year’s probation for neglecting more than two dozen horses is now facing a civil nuisance lawsuit.
A 16-year-old Selden teen was killed Wednesday night after a rollover south of Prairie View.
A strong system of storms brought more rain to the already soaked counties of central Kansas.
Former Wichita mayor Bob Knight is considering another campaign for that office.
Among the many services Heartspring of Wichita provides are therapies that help children of active military families who are living with autism.
Flooding is serious enough, law officers are ready to start handing out tickets to those who drive around barricades.
The Red Cross has opened a service center in a Hutchinson church.
A south-central Kansas police chief is leaving his department Sept. 23 for a job in Central America.
Sedgwick County Commissioners approved the budget for the next fiscal year.
Attorneys for a northeast Kansas doctor accused of having employees illegally dispense prescriptions are trying again to persuade a federal judge that he won’t flee if he’s released on bail.
Wichita police have identified the man killed Wednesday in a train accident at K-15 and Hydraulic.
A central Kansas county is cracking down on people who place themselves in danger in rain-swollen rivers and creeks.
The location for the 2015 Shrine Bowl was announced Wednesday with Hays winning the bid over Wichita.
Visitors will have to store almost all their items in a locker before they’ll be allowed inside.
A former Kansas teacher accused of having sex with high school students pled guilty on Wednesday.