The City of Wichita is holding an online-only auction of surplus vehicles and equipment.
USD 259 could spend up to $40,000 on attorney fees to fight an increase in electric rates.
With the state’s new Block Grant Funding set to go into place, district officials say USD 259 is facing several financial challenges.
Phones and internet are down at the Derby Towne Center Tag Office substation.
New “Nightly News” anchor Lester Holt says he doesn’t believe the broadcast needs to take special steps to rebuild trust among viewers.
The new Peanut Butter & Jelly Steakburger with Bacon and Jalapeños will be introduced this week.
President Barack Obama says the history of slavery is “still part of our DNA” in the United States.
The return of mostly dry, hot weather this weekend has jump started the stalled winter wheat harvest.
Officials say milk production in Kansas has more than doubled in the past two decades.
The Kansas Parole Board has denied parole for a man convicted of killing a Nickerson man in 1984.
More than 70 Republican legislators in Kansas are urging GOP leaders in Congress to re-examine the federal health care overhaul.
The man arrested for the death of Oklahoma City sportscaster Bob Barry Jr. has made his first court appearance.
Carol Beckwith, 64, Eufaula, Okla., pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud.
Woman dies after ramming car into another vehicle carrying her husband and his alleged mistress.
With summer barely begun, forecasters are already issuing heat advisories for much of the Southeast.