A shooting in downtown early Friday morning left a 34-year-old man in serious condition. Police are still investigating.
The company that buses thousands of children to Wichita schools every day is facing a shortage of drivers that is impacting service to students.
Another round of rain and thunderstorms rolled through Kansas on Thursday, helping make this August one of the wettest on record.
A statement made during a Wichita City Council meeting Tuesday caught the attention of a lot of people.
The former Bryant Elementary has been set up as College Hill West and is ready for teachers tomorrow morning.
A Fort Riley soldier faces up to 41 years in prison after pleading no contest to charges in a fatal, wrong-way chase on Interstate 70.
Instead of the tan pants with a stripe down the sides, the department would switch to cargo-style pants.
All the rain has helped wipe out some of the drought conditions around the state.
A federal judge has found in favor of a Kansas abortion opponent accused of sending a threatening letter to a Wichita doctor who was training to offer abortion services.
Public hearings are scheduled for a massive power line that will cross the state of Kansas and deliver electricity to Missouri, Illinois and Indiana.
A mother shares the story of her daughter’s death in hopes of getting people to make the right choices.
Surveillance video catches a criminal in the act of boldly stealing an ATM and now Wichita police are hoping you and social media can help track the man behind the crime.
Two Kansas anti-abortion groups are distancing themselves from comments from another abortion foe suggesting the state’s new concealed carry law could increase the threat of shootings outside a Wichita clinic.
A Salina commission has approved plans to demolish a stadium at Kansas Wesleyan University.
A federal judge in Wichita has scheduled an October trial for three people charged in a sex trafficking scheme linked to Asian massage parlors.