Thousands of friends and fans said farewell to “The Voice” singer Christina Grimmie.
Join KSN for the Second Annual Red, White & Boom in downtown Wichita with food, music and fireworks!
The Kansas City Royals routed Detroit 10-3 on Friday night.
Iraqi special forces swept into Fallujah on Friday, recapturing most of the city.
Security guards at a Colorado court house foiled an attempt by a visitor to smuggle a pet iguana into the building.
A Marine war dog who served his country in Afghanistan will receive a final farewell Saturday.
The Orlando massacre shooter had a history of talking about sex and violence as early as the third grade.
Sedgwick County election officials still need to hire more than 300 poll workers for the 2016 general election.
Parish forced to lock its doors between church services because of theft.
About 200 people helped a Louisiana honors student and standout athlete with facial hair celebrate his graduation.
A criminal trial alleging FedEx knowingly delivered illegal prescription drugs to dealers and addicts ended suddenly Friday.
The company has newspapers in Hutchinson, Salina, Garden City, Hays, Ottawa and in Iowa.
In 2015, the SCSO spent a little more than $346,000 on hangar, maintenance, and fuel costs for their aircraft.
Ranchers in some southern Kansas counties whose land was burned by this year’s big wildfire are getting help replacing their fences.
The legislature will tackle the school financing plan next week.