Dr. James Donnell will celebrate his 88th birthday on Thursday and today he got an early birthday gift of sorts.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism began offering new five-year hunting, fishing and hunt/fish licenses on January 1st.
Some members of Congress say they want the administration to impose sanctions on Iran.
The Republican National Committee has started preparing for a contested national convention.
A federal agent testified an Iraqi refugee who came to the U.S. tried to help ISIS by making bombs to blow up Houston malls.
Lawmakers across Kansas have been pushing for an independent audit of the Department for Children and Families.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter laid out broad plans Wednesday to defeat Islamic State militants.
The FBI says it’s investigating the ambush shooting of a Philadelphia policeman as a terrorist attack.
A new study recommends Wichita State to phase out one of its dorms.
Three men arrested earlier this month in Saline County were indicted Wednesday on federal drug charges.
KSN spoke with leaders in the community about just what happened and how they’re moving forward.
Gov. Brownback orders all state funding to Planned Parenthood through the Kansas Medicaid program be cut.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says in spite of budget shortfalls, he doesn’t want to change the state’s tax policy.
The family of a 12-year-old girl accidentally shot by a constable serving eviction papers does not blame the law officer for her death.
A group of citizens trying to recall Sedgwick County Commissioner Richard Ranzau has taken its case to the Kansas Supreme Court.