Kansas lawmakers won’t vote on expanding Medicaid until at least April 3.
On Monday, the folks at Allmetal Recycling presented a $15,000 check to the organization.
Legislators are skeptical of estimates for projected savings in spending on public schools included in Gov. Brownback’s budget proposals.
The Wichita City Council will look at plans to improve or close up to nine city pools on Tuesday. It is part of the Aquatics Master Plan.
Kansas lawmakers are considering legalizing medical marijuana for certain medical conditions.
Wichita State makes its first Top 25 appearance since last season. The Shockers replace South Carolina.
Authorities are searching for a 17-year-old who was on a boat that capsized at the Douglas County Lake.
Former Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer on Monday announced his candidacy for Kansas Governor in Wichita.
Wichita police said a 32-year-old woman was critically injured after being shot at her home near Osie and Water Streets on Sunday.
On Friday, Sargento expanded that recall to include seven additional cheeses.
There was no winner in Saturday’s night’s $361 million Powerball drawing, giving players a chance at a $403 million jackpot.
Shockers make strong case for NCAA Tournament field.
Hesston takes time to heal in anticipation of the one year anniversary of the Excel Industries shooting.
The Douglas County Sheriff is being investigated for helping his mother obtain a ballot even though she may live in another county.
The proceeds from the chili feed will go to Honore Adversis Foundation.