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.
In a ruling that preserves health insurance for millions of Americans, the Supreme Court upheld federal Obamacare exchanges.
The City of Wichita reports that Free Fares Week created a 64% increase in rides from a typical week in June.
Barton County Sheriff Brian Bellendir has reported that a 36-year-old man has drowned after diving into a shallow pool Wednesday evening.
Local veterans will get a chance to give feedback and learn of new developments at the Dole VA Town Hall meeting this afternoon.
A man who flies the Confederate flag outside his Houston home said someone set it on fire Sunday night.
A Kansas judge on Thursday blocked the state’s first-in-the-nation ban on a controversial abortion procedure.
Kansas Wesleyan University says it will begin offering 17 new majors and a revamped core curriculum during the next four years.
View the full document of the Supreme Court decision on health care subsidies issued June 25, 2015.
We have heard several local responses to Thursday’s Supreme Court decision. You can read them here.
The Supreme Court has upheld the nationwide tax subsidies under President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul Thursday.
Most Americans want the Supreme Court to side with the government concerning subsidizing insurance premiums.
A Dickinson County Sheriff vehicle was struck Thursday morning while working the scene of a two-vehicle crash on I-70.