U.S. commercial air carriers have landed or started to land at the wrong airports at least 150 times since the early 1990s, according to a search of government safety databases.
Kansans have been recycling more and more of their waste.
Three Kansas lawmakers have introduced a resolution in the U.S. House marking the 155th anniversary of the rejection of a document that would have made Kansas a slave state.
Below freezing temperatures are taking a toll on water pipes, but experts say there are some steps homeowners can take to prevent a costly clean up.
Wichita State moves to 25-0 with Northern Iowa as their latest victim.
While icy ponds can be fun in the winter, often there are thin spots that can be dangerous and even fatal.
Some apps are actually giving users a chance to make a little money by using the app on their smartphones.
A report by the State Fire Marshal’s Office says a December fire that killed two young twin brothers was an accident.
A dispatcher with the Augusta Department of Public Safety received a call from a 12-year-old boy to report shots fired in the house.
Girl Scout cookies go on sale Saturday after a day of prepping and celebrating the cookie selling season.
A half billion dollar loss in one quarter isn’t the news you would want to hear from one of the biggest employers in Wichita but that is what we are seeing from Spirit today.
It keeps getting easier to ditch the soda can.
The snow has stopped falling for now but the cleanup is far from over.
One Kansan has been in Sochi for three weeks as one of two Americans helping with the Olympic opening ceremonies.
A Wichita man unsuccessfully tried to thwart a carjacking by jumping on the car hood while it was being driven away.