A woman who crashed her car overnight was found this morning.
Stephenson says he didn’t like how the deal went down, but he wished the university the best.
A northeast Kansas woman who left her 7-week-old son alone in an alley has been sentenced to 60 days in jail.
That Riverfest button is more valuable than you might think. You’ll need one to get into the food court area.
Developments over the weekend at Cheney Reservoir mean no more fines proposed against heavy water users in Wichita.
Recent rainfall has made the city rethink their plan.
While most people hunker down when a tornado approaches, a growing contingent heads for the prairies
The budget approved by Kansas lawmakers over the weekend includes funding for two priorities of the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
The head of a group that represents Kansas emergency responders says it’s time to consider rules for storm chasers in the wake of the deaths of three professional chasers in Oklahoma.
A mother became upset after trying to get into a gated area to find her daughter at Riverfest.
Now into day eight, jurors in the trial of Brett Seacat hear testimony that suggests that Vashti was scared for her life as she filed for divorce.
Gov. Sam Brownback’s Republican allies in the Kansas Legislature overcame resistance to raising new revenues by describing their proposals as old business left on lawmakers’ agenda from last year.
Wichita city officials are calling last week’s severe weather a perfect storm for refilling Cheney Reservoir.
Bill Hanna will be honored later in June for his contributions to the organization.
The remnants of a violent storm that claimed 13 lives in Oklahoma sent punishing winds and torrential downpours to northern New England and a tornado to South Carolina.
A Kansas Department of Transportation project for bridge repairs on the 25th Street North bridge that crosses over I-235 begins today.