Restoration work is expected to wrap up soon on a 140-year-old north-central Kansas cabin where the state song, “Home on the Range,” was written.
When sirens and lights go off on the road, drivers are required by law to yield to emergency vehicles, but fire officials say that isn’t always the case.
The Kansas Children’s Service League says sequestration budget cuts are forcing it to close Head Start programs in Kingman, Pratt and Stafford counties.
Both Republicans and Democrats were against cuts in the food stamp program
A worker for Pride AG Resources noticed a grain bin at the elevator was unusually hot and realized the bin had a hot spot.
A northeast Kansas man who made his 9-year-old son stand by a highway with a sign admitting he lied about stealing says he had to take a hard line.
Two Kansas doctors have filed suit in state court challenging a sweeping, new anti-abortion law set to take effect in July.
Police arrested John Carter, 18, and booked him on suspicion of felony murder in the death of Ronald Betts.
A 16-year-old Wichita man suffered minor injuries in a drive-by shooting early Friday morning.
California company plans to turn Kansas cave into massive Doomsday shelter.
An appropriations bill calls for $219 million dollars for the Kansas base.
A Wichita Fire Department squad vehicle was involved in a collision early Friday morning at the intersection of Lincoln and Washington.
A man who walked away from a minimum security job at Lansing Correctional Facility has been recaptured.
The city of Wichita plans to settle a lawsuit filed after a 12-year-old girl was hit and killed by a police patrol car.
A new report says the Kansas unemployment rate edged higher in May, but the state also saw modest growth in private-sector jobs over the past year.