The city of Salina will be looking for a new police chief in the next few months.
The victims showed up at the hospital five hours apart, but police think they were shot at the same time during a gang incident.
The City of Wichita is launching a new water rebate program hoping to conserve water and to save homeowners money on their water bill.
Weeks after Brett Seacat was convicted of killing his wife in their Kingman home, the burned-out reminder of that tragedy is finally torn down.
One week before the 4th of July and today, fireworks stands across the state begin sales.
A federal judge in Kansas says he will rule by the end of July on whether to revoke probation for a professional Tennessee hunter accused of violating his plea deal.
A lawsuit has been filed that challenges a Kansas law requiring voters to present a picture identification when casting ballots.
A 24-year-old Olathe man has been accused of trying to kill his mother with a hammer.
Gov. Sam Brownback has named three new members of the Kansas Board of Regents, including a Republican National Committee member and a former Kansas City, Kan. mayoral candidate.
Investigators are still trying to determine the cause of a fire that destroyed thousands of hay bales in southwest Kansas.
The Kansas winter wheat harvest is slowly moving closer to the Nebraska border.
A legal fight over a new anti-abortion law in Kansas is spilling into the state’s courts.
The Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department is receiving a $75,000 grant to help improve access to healthy foods.
If only he’d been riding in the street, a bicyclist who Pittsburg police say had a meth lab in his backpack might have gone unnoticed.
Supreme Court opinions likely will have little or no impact. Still, a lawsuit is a possibile avenue for changes.