A federal judge has found in favor of a Kansas abortion opponent accused of sending a threatening letter to a Wichita doctor who was training to offer abortion services.
Public hearings are scheduled for a massive power line that will cross the state of Kansas and deliver electricity to Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
A mother shares the story of her daughter’s death in hopes of getting people to make the right choices.
Surveillance video catches a criminal in the act of boldly stealing an ATM and now Wichita police are hoping you and social media can help track the man behind the crime.
Two Kansas anti-abortion groups are distancing themselves from comments from another abortion foe suggesting the state’s new concealed carry law could increase the threat of shootings outside a Wichita clinic.
A Salina commission has approved plans to demolish a stadium at Kansas Wesleyan University.
A federal judge in Wichita has scheduled an October trial for three people charged in a sex trafficking scheme linked to Asian massage parlors.
Fire damage has crews getting Bryant Elementary ready for classes Monday.
More than 150 homes have been hit by thieves targeting mail boxes and vehicles, according to the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Department.
A judge gave Leon Knabe, 57, nearly three years in prison for a crime involving a child.
Just days after placing second at the Harvey County Fair, a young Halstead girl is trying to deal with what she saw as dogs attacked her prize winning sheep and goat.
It was supposed to be the first day of school for students at College Hill Elementary, but because of a fire, Monday, workers are preparing another place for them to go.
Recent rainfall in Wichita may have eased drought concerns, but local companies have been busy keeping up with home repairs caused by mother nature.
A home that gained notoriety from serial killer BTK is being sold at auction.
The Fountains at WaterWalk attraction is resuming its regular summer/fall schedule beginning today, Aug. 14.