To celebrate its five year anniversary, Intrust Bank Arena is trying to make 2015 a year to remember.
The Sedgwick County District Attorney’s office says it wants to try the juveniles as adults.
A Alaska Airlines flight had to return to Seattle after a worker reportedly fell asleep and found himself trapped in the cargo hold.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers to avoid dietary supplements sold by a Las Vegas company.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported that 28 percent of the wheat in Kansas is in poor to very poor.
A Wichita man was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for trafficking more than 12,000 pounds of marijuana.
Wrecking crews are at the old Joyland Park this week bringing down the buildings and hauling them off. Some bits and pieces will be saved.
Joyland is being demolished. The park operated in Wichita for more than six decades.
Barton Community College is raising tuition by $3 per credit hour for the next school year.
A state agency is catching heat for social media comments that some say were too partisan.
Prosecutors have charged a white reserve sheriff’s deputy in Oklahoma with manslaughter in the shooting of a black suspect.
Monday Wallenda announced in New York City that he’d be walking on the rim of a spinning building called the Orlando Eye.
The tornado warning system is good, but meteorologists and social scientists are striving to make it better.
Wichita State Junior Guard Fred VanVleet is staying at WSU.
Judge sentences convicted murderer Jodi Arias to life in prison without possibility of release.