Lenders cited lower commodity prices, rising operating costs and softening cash rents
A southeast Kansas sheriff is considering whether to sell a piece of history to help fund other needs.
This year’s session is now the second longest ever, surpassed only by 2002’s 107 days.
A data software problem will delay the opening of the emergency room at a Topeka veterans hospital for at least six weeks.
The Hutchinson Correctional Facility is set to host its annual Wild Horse Adoption and Open House.
It’s been just over a month since a helicopter crash in Nepal claimed the lives of six marines, including Captain Chris Norgren.
The FBI says it’s not appropriate at this point to comment on whether all 3 shootings are related.
Here are a collection of photos sent in by KSN viewers on June 4, 2015.
The message indicates businesses who provide medical services to veterans may have issues with getting their claims processed.
Carroll standout receives Player of the Year honor
Former WSU pole vaulter develops into one of area’s top competitive bodybuilders
Fake orca plays orca sounds, spouts water to scare off sea lions
A tax plan to help balance the state budget has been defeated in the Kansas House.
A 55-year-old Austin, Texas man has made history by getting the first skull & scalp transplant.
One Texas city is asking whether it should rename “Bruce Jenner Lane.”
With an $85 million bond issue up for a vote, USD 443 decided to mail out ballots in hopes that it would boost a response.
Data from the Office of Personnel Management and the Interior Department was compromised by hackers.
A man who allegedly shot an Oklahoma lawman has been charged in Kansas.
No one was injured by the storm.
No one was hurt when a tornado touched down in rural Mitchell County on Wednesday evening.
Wichita city officials on Thursday provided a progress report on new body cameras and hiring a new chief.
A Kansas House-Senate committee has come up with a proposal to raise taxes to balance the budget.
The Kansas budget proposals in the legislature will not be debated by the state Senate.
The Douglas Co. commission heard from a crowd who questioned why Kobach wasn’t fined after be started constructing a home.
Wichita fire crews battled a large house fire Thursday afternoon.