The Kansas Board of Regents is limiting increases in tuition and fees at state universities this fall to 3.6 percent.
No one was injured in a robbery at the Burger King in the 500 block of N. Oliver Wednesday night.
The city of Wichita is one step closer to having 70 miles of biking and walking paths within the city.
Wescon Plastics says an injection-molding machine running PVC overheated – causing it to release a small amount of chlorine gas.
KSN is asking why the demolition of that building remains incomplete.
The balcony collapse that killed six college students appears to have been caused by rotted wooden beams,
Neil Young is not happy Donald Trump used “Rockin’ In The Free World” to announce his run for the GOP presidential nomination.
A man arrested for setting fire to a dog in Fayetteville, North Carolina appeared before a judge on Wednesday.
A group of filmmakers is putting together a reality show called “Dino Might.” It follows three fossil hunters from Kansas as they search for…
The death of a man in Sawyer has been confirmed as an accidental overdose by the Pratt County Sheriff’s Office.
Rachael Dolezal is accused of intimidation and breaking confidentiality rules meant to protect those complaining of police conduct.
120 kids from 25 states and seven countries are competing in Garden City’s AJGA tournament this week.
If Riddel boys ranch opens again, school officials say they will have to find another $700,000.
A federal judge has freed pending trial a couple accused of laundering millions of dollars for a Mexican drug cartel
Congressional Republicans expected to temporarily continue health care subsidies if the Supreme Court overturns the aid.