The Kansas House has unanimously passed a bill that would change the Safe Haven law to keep the identity of a woman who gives up a baby safe and private.
A large order for wind turbines from North Dakota could be good economic news for Hutchinson.
Officials from eight school districts are making their final pitch to the governor and two key legislators for inclusion as initial board members of the Kansas Coalition of Innovative School Districts.
A spokeswoman for Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri says retiring CEO Peter Brownlie’s last day will be March 31.
The Kansas Geological Survey says groundwater levels in southwest Kansas declined at a slower pace in 2013 than in recent years.
Master Sgt. Josh Gavulic, a tactical air control party member assigned to the 17th Special Tactics Squadron at Fort Benning, Ga., was killed in a parachute training accident Friday in Eloy, Arizona.
General Motors on Tuesday doubled to 1.6 million the number of small cars it is recalling to fix faulty ignition switches linked to multiple fatal crashes.
Wichita State extended their unbeaten streak to 30 games after winning at Bradley Tuesday night.
Could three walls built 1,000 feet high and 150 feet thick potentially limit the number of tornadoes in Tornado Alley? One professor seems to think so.
A recent survey shows water use and conservation are among the biggest concerns here in Wichita. City leaders say they may have found a solution to the city’s water woes.
A central Kansas town is looking to find better ways to alert their residents of emergencies.
Testing newborns for a heart condition is something not required in Kansas but can prove to be a life saver.
With police involved chases on the rise in the past month, many have questions about where the line is drawn and what happens if a pursuit goes into a residential area.
It was a week ago that a Missouri girl was kidnapped and killed.
Amidst the dry weather, there’s a new push to look into landscaping that is more drought tolerant.