Lindenwood snaps Emporia State’s 8-game winning streak with a 14-12 win in the series finale.
KDHE emailed city officials saying fish in the Arkalon Park lake aren’t safe to be eaten and need to be released once caught.
Schools asking for millions to upgrade facilities, add storm shelters and add safety features.
The secretary and her husband were arrested on Friday, April 21 by officers from the Anthony Police Department.
Parts of the state have seen a lot of heavy rain this spring. Now that the sun is out, it’s perfect weather for mold growth.
A Wichita church is partnering with a non-profit group to help fight human trafficking.
University of Iowa student invents device that prevents mother pigs from crushing their piglets to death.
The National Take Back initiative in the Sedgwick County area will collect any expired or unwanted prescriptions.
A Facebook scam involving Lowe’s Home Improvement is making the rounds in Sedgwick County.
A student dies after being struck by hammer throw during track and field event.
Residents of Ashland are offering thanks to everyone who helped in wildfire recovery efforts.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback signed legislation on Monday that strengthens amusement park regulations.
The funds will be used for a spay/neuter blitz program for 300 dogs in zip code 67211.
Dallas police say a man fatally shot his female supervisor and then killed himself in an office building.
Frito-Lay is recalling select jalapeño-flavored potato chips because their seasoning could be contaminated with salmonella.