The Kansas Supreme Court on Thursday that the state failed to fix inequities in the school funding.
Alton Nolen is set to be arraigned in a Cleveland County courtroom Thursday for an attack at the Vaughan Foods plant.
Online dating services are now hip with young adults, but not always for dating.
Veterinarians say a starving sea lion rescued last week after finding its way into a fancy San Diego restaurant is on the mend.
A $1.8M gift will help KU establish a new professorship in physics.
ewer Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week in a sign of a stable job market .
A former Fort Riley nurse has been indicted on federal charges of stealing fentanyl, a powerful painkiller.
A police officer who was shot during a standoff with a domestic violence suspect is not expected to survive.
A “script book” of “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” will be published July 31.
Not nearly as warm today as it was yesterday.
A train derailment caused quite a mess in southwest Wichita. It happened around 4:30 a.m. Thursday morning.
The last four armed occupiers said they would turn themselves in Thursday morning.
Wichita South Titans could run the table this season
Jackson is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office for Probation Violation for Theft of Property.
One person was injured in a house fire in northwest Wichita Wednesday night.
The Kansas House has passed a sexting bill that changes the penalties for Kansas teens caught sending nude or inappropriate images.
After Monday’s USD 259 Board of Education meeting, the drive for more play time started gaining traction.
Wichita police responded to a shooting late Wednesday morning north of downtown Wichita.
Al Freeman scored 21 points, Taurean Prince had 18 and No. 21 Baylor beat cold-shooting Kansas State 82-72 .
Another parole hearing was held Wednesday for Sirhan Sirhan in California. The man who killed Sen. Bobby Kennedy in 1968 was again denied pa…
The FBI says it has moved to contain the last few occupiers of an Oregon wildlife refuge.
The federal government sued the City of Ferguson, Missouri Wednesday./
The Kansas Senate has approved a bill designed to cut Kansas’ costs in providing prescription drugs for poor and disabled residents.
The Kansas House has given first-round approval to a bill that eliminates a projected deficit of nearly $200 million in state’s next budget.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State Hall of Famer and Ring of Honor member Clarence Scott will add to his list of honors on Friday when he is inducted…