With the Shockers’ unprecedented run toward a national championship, there’s plenty of Shocker fever going around town.
A Dodge City minister has been booked into jail today accused of rape. The investigation started yesterday.
31 people have joined four school districts to file the lawsuit against the state regarding the cuts in school funding and calling it unconstitutional. Those schools were Wichita, Hutchinson, Dodge City and Kansas City.
Congressman Mike Pompeo wrote the organizers of Austin’s famous SXSW festival to ask that they not feature fugitive Edward Snowden in a panel on protecting Americans’ privacy.
To detect mild to serious developmental delays in kids Garfield Elementary’s Early Childhood Development Center offered free screenings for three to five year olds on Friday.
Across the state, officials are working to figure out the apparent water shortage issue facing many cities.
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KSN’s Erik Naktin took in the pre-game event in St. Louis Friday morning.
Several Hutchinson students want to limit smoking at the Kansas state fairgrounds.
The Wichita State Shockers are putting their unbeaten streak on the line against Evansville in the Missouri Valley Conference tournament.
The Kansas Supreme Court says the state’s current public school funding levels are unconstitutional.
A Kansas House committee chairman has outlined a new proposal for phasing in sales of strong beer, wine and liquor in grocery and convenience stores.
A judge has granted a prosecution request for more time to file a key motion in their case against a Wichita man accused of plotting an airport suicide bombing.
The fourth and final suspect in the death of a Kansas man two years ago has been sentenced to prison.
Authorities say they didn’t find anything suspicious on an American Airlines plane that was searched after landing at Kansas City International Airport.