Wichita State University economists expect Kansas to add more than 24,000 jobs in 2015.
A southeast Kansas woman who says she was knocked down and trampled during an “early Black Friday” promotion is suing Walmart.
Three suspects were being questioned Tuesday about the shootings of two plainclothes police officers.
Tax increment financing districts, or TIFs, will likely play a major role in Wichita’s economy in 2015.
Changes to the visitor policy at Salina Regional Health Center are now in effect.
Police say a 2-year-old child was found sleeping inside a Palm Springs apartment where three people died in a weekend murder-suicide.
One person has died after a fiery crash on Highway 50 just east of Newton.
Two Florida women accusing Bill Cosby of sexual offenses decades ago have joined a defamation lawsuit
Driver error is likely the cause of a crash involving a school bus and an empty freight train that killed two people.
Former Washington Redskins defensive back Fred Smoot has been acquitted of misdemeanor domestic assault following a bench trial in Virginia.
A study finds more people moved out of Kansas in 2014 than moved in.
Haiti faces an uncertain political future in upcoming months, with the terms of the Senate expiring on Jan. 12.
Wichita State’s annual job predictions say progress is coming, even if it isn’t on pace with national numbers. “Consumers at home can say he…
The cost of higher education seems to be getting more expensive every year.
Brian W. Harrison appeared in federal court in Wichita Monday on charges including embezzlement, money laundering and making false entries.