A survey conducted in 2013 and 2014, also found that 22 percent of drivers tested positive for at least one drug that could affect safety.
KSN asks Budget Director Shawn Sullivan about his October 20, 2014 interview with KSN when he said “I do not foresee any K-12 education cuts…
A professor was shot and killed by his ex-wife in an apparent murder-suicide at the University of South Carolina.
School officials across the state are scrambling to deal with the millions of dollars in budget cuts.
The autopsy report is back on the victim of the Fairmount Park attack from last November.
Authorities in Wichita are heading to north Wichita after a 2-year-old boy suffered third-degree burns.
Kindergarten through 12 aren’t the only schools that may losing funding. Public universities are also getting their funding cut.
Now officials want to know whether the rail’s unusual design explains why the crash was so uncommonly deadly.
An Arkansas man is dead after a crash near Colby on Thursday night. It happened on westbound Highway 24 east of Colby.
The increase began in early 2013 as international attention focused on the NSA’s $1.7 billion warehouse.
USD 266 Superintendant Doug Powers confirms that Ramon Mosate has been terminated from the district.
The average hourly wage jumped 0.5 percent between December and January — the sharpest monthly gain since 2008.
A Michigan man confessed he was drunk and bored when he called 911 more than 100 times in the span of about a month.
On Friday, Radio Shack released a list of over 1,000 locations to be closed across the nation.
TurboTax said Friday that it has temporarily stopped processing state tax returns because of an increase in fraudulent filings.