Constitution Day may be on September 17, but the Kansas Court of Appeals is set to commemorate the day at Wichita State today.
The Wichita Wingnuts fell in the decisive Game 5 to Winnipeg 11-4.
The Great Bend City Council looked at possibly demolishing four houses that were deemed unsafe at Monday night’s meeting.
The Goddard School District’s transportation mechanics are driving bus routes due to a bus driver shortage.
Grain surpluses drive down the price of a bushel, lowering farmers’ incomes.
Gas prices spiked and drivers found “out of service” bags covering pumps as the gas shortage in the South rolled into the work week.
A judge has cleared the way for the release of many of the hundreds of 911 calls related to a mass shooting.
The Ellsworth County Attorney released new details in officer-involved shooting. It happened Thursday night.
Corn harvest is 17 percent finished in the state. Usually 29 percent is done on average by this time.
Immigration is 2016’s hottest issue. We cut through the confusing jargon to simplify the debate.
The Department of Justice will conduct a separate civil rights investigation into the shooting.
Monday morning Liz Willis returned home after competing in the Paralympics.
Street and storm water drain improvements will have Pawnee at Interstate 135 closed.
Michigan football teams surprise mother battling advanced cancer when her special needs son takes the field and scores a touchdown.
Hillary Clinton cast herself Monday as the most qualified to combat terrorism in the U.S.