Looking for work? There are about a thousand jobs up for grabs in the metro right now.
A man from Olathe was sentenced today to four years in federal prison for possessing child pornography
Maize will have to change their schedule because of several snow days.
Garden City attracts consumers throughout Southwest Kansas and the county uses that to its advantage.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt today filed formal criminal charges against Scott Robert Bollig, 30, of WaKeeney, who was arrested February 20.
Wichita police responded to disturbance in the 2300 block of East Graber Tuesday afternoon.
Lincoln Street near Washington is temporarily closed after a stormwater sewer leak washed out the soil underneath a Union Pacific rail line earlier today, public works officials said.
A Wichita police received minor injuries to his hand when deploying stop strips Tuesday morning.
Two southeast Kansas cement plants would be in line for significant property tax relief under a bill tentatively approved by the House to define what is property and what is machinery and equipment.
It happened Monday morning around 7:50 a.m. in the 2600 block of East Skinner near Mead Middle School.
Florida woman is arrested after repeatedly calling 911 to solicit police officer.
Employers across south-central Kansas are looking to fill hundreds of jobs.
Students can make their spring break meaningful for themselves and for others by volunteering at one of 40 projects during the 21st annual United Way Youth Days of Caring, March 17 – 21.
In the last four months, more than 2,000 people in 102 ACT ICT community meetings shared their vision and priorities for the City of Wichita.
A Wichita man was sentenced yesterday to more than 10 years in prison for aggravated sexual battery, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.