Swanson receives over 600 cyber tips per year from Washington DC about Kansas children being exploited through electronic solicitation.
The president of the company presented a check for $100,000 to Senior Services of Wichita Wednesday morning.
“The streets are designed to do two things, lock me up or kill me,” said David Gilkey of Rise up For Youth.
A new seed is out on the market that’s protecting Kansas cotton from a problematic weed killer.
It’s the time of year to watch out for deer darting into traffic
The NFL has been embroiled in controversy over players using the national anthem before games as a platform for protest.
Anyone with information can submit a tip online or call the FBI’s toll-free tip line at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324).
Shawnee County corrections officer Lacy Noll alleges Schroeder became angry after she threatened to write him up for screaming and inciting …
The state Bureau of Investigation and state Department of Correction showcased the cards Wednesday.
NBC spokeswoman Hilary Smith had no comment. The FCC did not respond to messages seeking comment.
In remarks in the Oval Office on Wednesday, Trump denounced the NBC report and said such a big increase was “totally unnecessary.”
President Donald Trump is expected to nominate his chief of staff’s deputy, Kirstjen Nielsen, as his next secretary of Homeland Security.
A man acquitted of a felony for creating a fake Facebook page that parodied a suburban Cleveland police department is suing the city.
The ACLU filed the lawsuit Wednesday for a Wichita public school curriculum coach.
Queen Elizabeth II will not personally place a wreath this year on Britain’s national war memorial.