Strained by a jury verdict that awarded pro wrestler Hulk Hogan $140 million, Gawker Media is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt Friday asked the Kansas Supreme Court to withdraw its warning.
A physical education teacher in Great Bend arrested on Monday for suspicion of sexual exploitation of a child has resigned.
Four states have such laws, but Kansas is the only state that fully enforces it.
There are some fun and unusual events taking place over the last two days of Riverfest 2016.
For the first time, the Blacktop Nationals car show is a part of the week-long party.
Tanganyika Wildlife Park officials say they’ve had 21 cats born so far in 2016, including a litter of eight clouded leopards.
The entire department in Bentley quit after the most recent council meeting.
In the wake of the state’s current budget crisis, USD 259 retirees could take a big hit to their health insurance premiums beginning Jan. 1,…
The KDHE reported it has identified a high number of Culex species mosquitoes in traps located in Sedgwick County.
Wichita Police say a mentally-challenged woman who went missing Friday has been found safe.
An estimated 100,000 people holding signs and chanting, “Ali! Ali!” lined the streets of Louisville Friday to say goodbye to “The Greatest.”
Barton County sheriff’s deputies Friday arrested four people as part of an investigation into a stolen ATV.
Oklahoma authorities are using a new device during traffic stops to seize money loaded onto prepaid debit cards by alleged drug traffickers.
A Cowley County woman was arrested in connection with the mistreatment of elders and the theft of nine guns.