We’ve all heard it before, counting the seconds between lightning and thunder determines a storm’s distance from your location.
The students and staff at Graber Elementary have been trying to get the Packers to Hutchinson to speak.
School leaders and some lawmakers say the Kansas school funding system is not broken. Some lawmakers say it is, and are proposing to start o…
Garden City Downtown Vision’s annual report shows the downtown district is doing well.
Selma, Alabama marks the 50th anniversary of the “Bloody Sunday” march this weekend.
Seniors at an Albuquerque, New Mexico school want their prom to have a Communism theme.
March 7th, marks the 50th anniversary of the civil rights milestone known as “Bloody Sunday”.
A 31-year-old man is facing 17 counts of sexual exploitation of a child.
When the sirens go off, there is an active tornado warning. Those sirens aren’t meant to be heard inside.
A local group is having a big international impact, sending medical help over to countries in need.
Since Oct. 1, 2014, the city of Wichita has had over 7,643 alarms calls. Of those, only 339 were valid.
Kansas labor officials say the state’s private-sector job growth last year was stronger than previously reported.
High school student scrambles to escape oncoming car on icy street, but ends up airborne when another car is sent crashing into her.
Kansas forward Cliff Alexander will remain out of action amid questions about his family’s relationship with an agent.
The committee drafts budget measures, and aid to public schools is the biggest spending item each year.