Jerusha Willenborg is a teacher at Mueller Elementary School in Wichita, and she’s the master of handshakes.
It has been almost four months since three men allegedly attempted to execute a terror plot against Somali immigrants in Garden City.
The preliminary hearing began for three of the five people accused in a Valley Center man’s death.
City of Wichita announces first phase of their Traffic Signalization Program.
Officials have no timetable or cost to complete the restoration.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is asking lawmakers to pass two measures aimed at fighting illegal immigration.
Barnes & Noble is recalling around 147,000 power adapters being sold with NOOK Tablet 7 over a shock hazard.
Two bills before a Kansas Senate committee would make government meetings and records more accessible to the public.
Between 2012 and 2015, the number of chemical burns to the eye associated with liquid laundry packets increased among kids.
The Super Bowl is still days away, but the advertising has already started. Many are starting the hype early with online teasers.
Sales still haven’t bounced back, and were down 4.8 percent at established locations from a year ago.
Terry Couch, a former Mayberry Middle School teacher, was sentenced to 32 months on Thursday.
Wellington police have arrested a 27-year-old man on charges of animal abuse.
The woman accused of murdering a Wichita woman and kidnapping her newborn baby made her first court appearance.
The pork industry is confident it can keep up with demand and avoid any serious shortages.