Southwestern Kansas has been hit hard by multiple years of drought, devastating the agriculture community.
As colder temperatures move through Wichita some are fighting the chill in their own homes in the Hilltop area.
After a brutal rape and burning of a Wichita woman, KSN is asking if more lighting would keep residents safer.
The Dairy Farmers of America and a Chinese company have a plan to build a $100 million dairy plant, but neither side will say exactly where …
The Democrat-controlled Senate has defeated a bill to approve the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Kansas Supreme Court clears way for more gay marriages, ends hold on same-sex licenses.
After Friday’s attack, students are re-evaluating their safety.
A man from Nevada was sentenced Tuesday to 135 months in federal prison after being stopped in June with 80 pounds of meth.
New study suggests daily aspirin may do nothing to stop a first heart attack, even though it may help avoid a second.
A man from Arizona was sentenced Tuesday to 37 months in federal prison after being stopped with almost 100 kilograms of marijuana.
A new study shows Kansas is among 14 states with a big decline in the number of immigrants who are living illegally in the United States.
Senator Bob Dole has officially traveled to all 105 counties within his home state of Kansas this year.
Projected budget shortfalls in Kansas have some Republican legislators weighing proposals.
The Director of Communications for Maize Public Schools says the district currently is cooperating with the FBI in an ongoing investigation.
One of four people killed in an attack at a crowded Israeli synagogue was a native of Kansas City, Missouri.