It happened just before 9 a.m. at Mead and Lincoln Street in south Wichita.
The Kansas Senate is expected to approve a bill that would allow people to carry concealed guns without getting a state permit.
Two Tennessee high school basketball teams have been banned after allegedly attempting to throw a game.
Federal investigators were trying to determine why a driver abandoned his pickup truck on railroad tracks in Southern California.
The race for mayor of Wichita is now just under a week away.
North Dakota police fine pastor’s wife for “unnecessary noise” from her loud sidewalk prayers.
A study shows that a drug used to treat HIV infection also can help prevent it.
A Lawrence police officer is suspended after being arrested on charges related to domestic violence.
A Kansas Senate committee is considering a bill to cancel the state’s 2016 presidential primary as lawmakers face key deadlines.
Fire officials say a fire in north-central Kansas that killed a toddler was started by a child playing with a lighter.
A Kansas House committee has recommended cutting all funding for the Parents as Teachers program, which would end the program.
The labs handle about 1,000 new cases every quarter– that’s on top of the backlog of more than 2,300 cases the KBI already has on hand.
A former Marine has been convicted in the deaths of “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle and Kyle’s friend at a shooting range.
Perry said that his policies in Texas have helped create jobs and tighten border security.
The parents of a Missouri sixth-grader with autism says he was severely beaten by another student in a school lunchroom.