Construction on the new Wichita airport continues. It is expected to open in the spring of 2015.
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office has canceled a Silver Alert for 75-year-old Donald Eugene Cook.
Salina police are investigating after a note was found by a school staff member at Central High School.
Wichita city officials are getting some good news as they tour construction at Wichita’s new airport terminal.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says troopers were led on a 65-mile chase on the interstate before the driver was arrested.
Unemployment held steady in Kansas during March, staying at a seasonally adjusted rate of 4.9 percent in March, the same as in February.
Michelle Obama plans to give the commencement address for the graduation ceremony for Topeka’s high schools on May 17.
Kansas Board of Regents leaders say they do not plan to back away from the board’s social media policy, which has been criticized for allowing administrators to fire or discipline employees for their social media postings.
Kansas officials are preparing to issue a new fiscal forecast to guide legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback in making budget decisions.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority says a 52-year-old woman died when she got out of a moving vehicle and was run over.
Attorney General Eric Holder says all Americans are standing with the mourners of three people killed at Jewish community sites in suburban Kansas City.
Drug tax revenue obtained by Kansas law enforcement agencies is on the rise but where is the Wichita Police Department spending that money.
The line of people was out the door Wednesday night at Warren Theatres West, with hundreds of churchgoers taking part in a special screening of the new faith-based film “Heaven Is For Real.”
With the future of their children’s education at stake about two dozen parents came to Derby High School for a forum on two options for new district boundaries.
Talk about Kathleen Sebelius returning to Kansas got people from both sides talking about the political needs of the state.