About a 100 protesters showed up outside North High School Monday night before the Wichita school board meeting.
Another traffic change hits west Wichita–this time, cutting off the southbound I-235 and westbound Kellogg exchange for up to a year.
Some residents remain living in the park while they arrange a new place to live.
New study finds women are much less likely to lose their pregnancy when they have nausea and vomiting.
Five people were killed in a shooting this weekend at a Macy’s store in a mall north of Seattle.
The U.S. Army says it has fired the commander of Fort Riley and is continuing an investigation opened last week at the Kansas base.
During the sweep, officers found that 19 offenders had moved and not reported their new address.
Wichita State enrolled the largest class of new freshmen at 1,476.
Mark Davidson got to sit down with Julynn Kisner, the organizer behind Stafford’s Wiener Dog Race. This is the 8th year the event has taken …
Iowa man risks his own life to save deer from Cedar River floodwaters.
Both companies reported Monday that participating shareholders overwhelmingly approved the deal.
More than one-third of calls to a suicide hotline for troubled veterans are not being answered by front-line staffers.
The mobile phone app was an instant hit when it debuted in July.
U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson ordered Kris Kobach to appear in her courtroom Friday and to file a written response by Thursday.
The Washington Monument will be closed indefinitely because of ongoing problems with its elevator.