Military warned residents of areas where there had been heavy fighting against returning there.
Scammers posing as charity workers have contacted people in a dozen states who are acting as sponsors for the children.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration two years ago approved the HIV drug, Truvada, for HIV prevention.
Shawnee County District Judge Mark Braun stepped down Friday at the start of what was expected to be a lengthy motions hearing.
The debate continues over whether there is a foolproof way for government to humanely kill condemned criminals.
A new study finds the handshake transmits double the amount of bacteria a high five would.
In April the Farm Bill made more Kansas towns eligible for the USDA’s Guaranteed Rural Housing Loan program, now the first recipient of the …
Doctor Jacob Ott with Via Christi Health Systems said he treated three cases of heat-related illnesses today alone.
Three different acting governors will fill in for Gov. Jerry Brown when the state’s top officials take turns leaving the state.
He and his wife stopped by the County Clerk’s Office to cast their advance votes for the August 5th primary.
Chief Meteorologist Dave Freeman joins us today to help explain the science as to why cars get hot so quickly in the heat of summer.
A state senator charged in a sweeping organized crime and public corruption case.
KSN interviewed Sen. Pat Roberts on his stance on issues in the upcoming general election.
On Friday morning, about 50 people loaded onto buses so they could go visit the undocumented immigrant children being housed at Fort Sill in…
One of the requirements of being a foster parent is what makes this case so tragic.