Bishop Carroll is looking forward to a tough challenge against Goddard this Friday.
Wichita State men’s basketball has its exhibition opener this Saturday against Augusta.
There’s a non-stop flow of voters casting their ballots in Sedgwick County this week.
The company makes computer storage systems, and to many of the company’s workers the layoffs come as a shock.
If you’re out raking leaves this fall, you might want to make sure you’re covered from head to toe — especially if you have an oak tree.
A recent New York Times article says GMOs in the US aren’t leading to higher yields or reduced pesticides.
Students at Emporia State University are expressing their opposition to guns on campus.
One person was critically injured Thursday afternoon after an accident in northwest Wichita.
Oil and natural gas regulators are ordering the operators of 70 disposal wells to either shut them down or reduce disposal volumes
Wichita will host the 2018 regional and sectional championships and synchronized sectional championships.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach predicts approximately 1.3 million Kansas voters will turn out to vote in the general election this year.
A year after Wallace County High School senior, Luke Schemm, collapsed during a football game, his legacy lives on.
Florida teen says she was bullied by other students and threatened with suspension due to her “Hillary For Prison” t-shirt.
The New York State Gaming Commission investigated and said the bogus payout was “clearly a display malfunction.”
A Wichita man born in 1967 on a U.S. Air Force installation in Germany will be able to vote after he was certified as a U.S. citizen.