Two suspects wanted in connection with a murder in Kansas from 1992 were arrested in Georgia last Thursday.
Since KSN first brought you this story on Thursday, it has taken off on social media and been picked up by several media outlets.
A pressurized tank manufacturing company in Garden City is laying off 90 workers because of lower oil prices.
NBC said Monday it will air a Dec. 3 live production of the hit 1970s stage reinvention of “The Wizard of Oz.”
It is a big deal for Meals on Wheels in Wichita. The organization finally moved back to their kitchen.
Dold Foods announced Monday that it will donate $10,000 to the Lord’s Diner to fight hunger in the Wichita community.
It happened Sunday morning near SW 150th and Santa Fe Lake Road.
The lawsuit alleges that Tyson did not pay its workers for the time they spent putting on and taking off protective clothing and walking.
A breast cancer survivor is humiliated after she was laughed at when she was mistaken for a man in a Walmart women’s restroom.
Artists are turning their Twitter profile pictures turquoise to support the re-launch of Tidal, a new music streaming service.
Attorneys for the wife and adult children of Robin Williams have agreed to try to resolve their dispute out of court.
A Wichita man was sentenced Monday to 78 months in federal prison in a federal mail theft case.
Wichita police arrested 21-year-old Edward S. Huckabey for a home invasion last Tuesday night.
The railroad is charged with one count of violating the Federal Water Pollution Control Act.
McMuffin for dinner? It might happen, as McDonald’s plans to test an all-day breakfast at some locations in the San Diego area.