A convicted sex offender was found guilty Thursday Cleveland, Ohio of the murder of three women.
Power has been restored to about 2,000 Westar Energy customers west of Eisenhower National Airport on Wichita’s west side.
Family members and friends of a teenage boy accused of fatally stabbing a man are coming to his defense.
Sedgwick County firefighters and the county commission remain at an impasse over pay raises.
A proposed “step therapy” medication proposal for Kansas Medicaid patients is generating controvery.
A judge denied a motion to suppress a video in which Samuel Vonachen allegedly confessed to setting fire to his family’s home.
New federal rules regulating e-cigarettes have some local vape shops concerned.
Wichita State men’s golfer Grant Bennett has been selected to compete as an individual at the NCAA Regional in Stillwater.
The Barton County Sheriff’s Office reports it collected nearly 200 pounds of expired, unwanted and unused medication.
House Speaker Paul Ryan is refusing to support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee for president.
Authorities say a domestic-related shooting in front of a suburban Las Vegas day care center left a man and woman dead .
The Kansas City Star reports that a judge made the placement Wednesday.
The Redbud Trail in northeastern Wichita is built along the former Burlington Northern Santa Fe rail corridor.
The honorary chairman of this year’s National Day of Prayer says, “Our time is running out in America.”
One person was injured in a motorcycle crash Thursday afternoon.