Young children with cancer express their feelings through St. Jude hospital’s alphabet wall.
The head of U.S. intelligence says the United States sees evidence of hackers snooping on the presidential candidates.
A man with a knife who became belligerent as he tried to buy beer was killed by police officers.
The Kansas City Star reports that it’s not yet clear when 28-year-old Curtis Ayers will be released from the hospital.
Derby AT&T victim, Julie Dombo, got the chance to thank her rescuers.
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A Wichita organization that helps those with no health insurance in Sedgwick County is now worried about its own finances.
Another roughly $18 million cut for a total of $22.7 million on the next budget year.
A man jumped to his death from a bridge over I-135 in Wichita Wednesday.
Governor Sam Brownback Wednesday signed Senate Bill 249, the budget bill for fiscal years 2017 and 2018.
The fired employees say Chad Taylor made derogatory comments about women.
The Kansas State Board of Education has renewed the accreditation status of all the state’s public schools.
The Obama Administration made an implicit threat to withhold federal funding for schools that do not comply with its guidance.
A brick pillar holding hammock collapses, crushing Iowa teen to death.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill designed to help prosecutors address sexting.