The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office reports it has captured a person listed as a Registered Offender of the Week.
The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act on Thursday has sparked many different opinions across Kansas.
Twenty-three people have been arrested or charged in a Cowley County drug sweep, resulting in 69 criminal counts.
The remainder of a dugout at a Derby baseball field damaged when it was hit by a pickup will be demolished tomorrow.
The Thunder have an additional weapon heading into Thursday’s draft — new coach Billy Donovan’s knowledge of college players.
With wheat harvest in full swing, we thought it would be nice to showcase viewer harvest photo submissions.
Kansas’ Congressional delegation is unhappy with the Obamacare ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court and plan to work to repeal it.
A Wisconsin judge has sentenced TV actor Dustin Diamond to 4 months in jail for a barroom stabbing.
Police were responding to a missing person call when they discovered a body that they say had been there a few days.
The number of confirmed cases of whooping cough in Reno County has jumped to 20 cases.
An EMT who refused to respond to a call of a baby not breathing has been fired.
Driver fleeing Detroit police strikes five children on sidewalk, killing two.
Local health care leaders say the Obamacare ruling will continue to help lower-income Kansans.
Melissa Houston, from the Kansas Humane Society, brought Lucy — a 10-year-old Pomeranian mix, with her on Thursday.
National HIV Testing Day is on June 27 and free testing is being offered at several locations in Wichita.