A Wichita restaurant owner has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking from his business and his home.
Arizona man survives two days stranded in the desert by drinking his own urine.
The KBI identified the Fort Riley man killed in a confrontation with police yesterday outside the Walmart Market.
It’s an annual event that aims to promote public safety and build community.
The Butler Grizzlies football team is working on chemistry as they get ready for a brutal 2017 schedule.
The Wichita Wingnuts won their first game back at Lawrence Dumont Stadium after being away for two weeks during the NBC World Series.
About two dozen people took to the podium to express their frustration with how city officials handled the suspension of Couch.
A union spokesperson representing Kansas state employees is warning residents about long wait times and case back logs at DCF.
The federal investigation into Ford Explorers and their interceptor police vehicles is expanding.
The warning came two days after the U.N. Security Council unanimously approved new sanctions to punish North Korea.
The Kansas Stars went 6-0 in the 2017 NBC World Series.
Southwest Kansas families are participating in cross-cultural dinner parties.
Kansas Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer has hired a state Republican Party official as a special assistant and named a new press secretary.
Brandon V. Wells, 23, pleaded guilty in April to five counts of robbery and one count of brandishing a firearm during a robbery.
The manhunt for the suspect who shot and killed a Clinton, Missouri police officer during a Sunday traffic stop continues.