The governor is taking his message on the road, spending time in Maize pushing for support for an all day kindergarten program in Kansas. But opponents insist the money to pay for it isn’t there and the proposal won’t pass.
Where is your taxpayer money going? City leaders just approved a “no bid” process to build city-owned projects.
There is a growing movement with young professionals in rural areas, to show young people that living in small towns is a good thing.
The Sedgwick County Health Department is currently out of the flu vaccine for uninsured adults.
Police responded to William Newton Hospital after a 44-year-old man arrived with several stab wounds.
Kansas authorities released a statement Tuesday reminding Kansans that marijuana is still an illegal substance in the state.
A body recovered from Tuttle Creek Lake has been identified as a 56-year-old woman from rural St. George.
Frustration over a self checkout causes a brawl outside of a west Wichita Walmart.
Wichita emergency crews on Monday responded the Carniceria El Guero after a 51-year-old man walked into the business and began eating handfuls of pork.
Wichita police are investigating the theft of equipment at Par Electrical Contractors.
President Barack Obama is proposing Congress provide another infusion of cash to continue construction of a new biosecurity lab in Kansas.
Wichita State’s Cleanthony Early, Fred Van Vleet and Ron Baker named to All-Missouri Valley First Team.
An Augusta man pleaded guilty Monday to a charge of producing child pornography.
A 57-year-old former Kansas doctor has been sentenced to more than six years in federal prison for drug and firearms convictions.
A Kansas girl is locked in a battle against cancer, but there is hope thanks to a new technology in use at Wesley Medical Center.