Kansas has renewed its existing contracts for three companies managing the state’s Medicaid program for another year through 2018.
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The combination of moisture in the air and temperatures hovering around freezing, has left many streets in less than favorable condition.
Kansas head coach Bill Self looks ahead to Davidson matchup.
A Haysville charity is in dire need of donations this holiday season.
City officials are going back to what they call “the basics” when it comes to the hiring process.
The Wichita State Shockers are excited about the opportunity to play at Intrust Bank Arena.
The fire near Sharon Springs left two people critically injured.
KSN is continuing to ask questions about an additional $90,000 payout to USD 428’s outgoing superintendent, Brad Reed.
President-elect Donald Trump announced his choice of Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke as Interior secretary .
The Obama administration suggested that Russian President Vladimir Putin personally authorized the hacking of Democratic officials’ emails.
WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – State law will allow handguns on campuses at Kansas public universities next year. The board of regents approved the …
On Thursday, the fifth graders delivered close to 50 blankets to the Wichita Children’s Home.