The slick roads caused some accidents across Wichita Monday morning including one at Kellogg and Hillside.
Kansas Department of Transportation snow crews plowed and treated 565,000 lane miles of highway during last week’s snow storm at a cost of nearly $3 million.
Wichita city officials addressed the issues of roads again Monday after four inches of snow fell on the city.
Syracuse is a unanimous No. 1 in The Associated Press college basketball poll for the second straight week .
Tolerance is about to be tested in the National Football League.
Attorney General Eric Holder announced on Saturday that the United States Justice Department will recognize same-sex marriages to the greatest extent possible under the law.
Supporters of a bill before the Kansas Senate say it could help improve research on the cause of children’s deaths in the state.
An influx of oil operators in northeast Kansas to reactivate old mineral leases has some property owners feeling like they’re being crowded out of their own land.
Police in Lawrence have identified a man found shot to death in an apartment in the northern part of the city.
As Kansas lawmakers prepare to discuss a bill pushed by opponents of fluoridation in public water supplies, several oral health advocates are fighting back against what they call misinformation that distorts research on the safety of fluoride.
Miss Kansas traded evening gowns for camouflage when she went out on a deer bow hunt this winter in southeast Kansas.
Ten months and $5,000 after it started trying to get records from the state attorney general’s office on the amount of money Kansas is receiving in tobacco settlement money, Kansas Action for Children said it still hasn’t received the information it seeks.
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.