A pipeline that ruptured and spilled nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater wasn’t inspected by the state before being installed.
Penalties for marijuana possession may be softened in Kansas as legislators seek to lower prison populations and reduce costs.
Some local doctors say they are seeing a decrease in the number of cases.
Wichita direct flights to LAX will stop March 1, but Wichita airport officials say Eisenhower Airport will be as strong as ever.
Multiple grass fires are keeping crews busy in south central Kansas.
With a protest happening inside city hall, we’re asking about the policy on visitors there: Where can they go, and when are they escorted if…
The vaccine will be available at no charge for adults age 19 and older on a first come, first served basis.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office announced crime is down by almost five percent.
A homeless Wichita veteran received full military honors at his funeral on Wednesday.
Kansas House members are restricting meetings of their chamber after midnight.
Massive renovations at the Ellis County Courthouse mean a different location for jury trials. They’re now being held at the fairgrounds.
Garden City firefighter Ronnie Peek died last week during a training exercise.
The airport has banned pot-themed souvenirs, fearing the kitsch could taint the state’s image.
The Supreme Court has ordered Oklahoma to postpone lethal injections executions using a controversial sedative.
Home security footage shows Florida man swerve car off road to strike pregnant girlfriend.
Lawmakers want to bar local governments from regulating the sale of firearms with new fees or taxes.
Police found and arrested 19-year-old Joel J. Vitela in the 3000 block of North Park Place.
John Paul Quintero was shot and killed by police January 3 after Quintero’s family members called police.
The family of a man killed by police interrupted a daily police briefing with the media Wednesday morning at City Hall.
The National Football League is running an ad during the Super Bowl addressing domestic violence.
The Wildcats played most of the way without Nino Williams, who had been averaging 21 points his last two games.
Legislators are questioning whether Kansas should cover unanticipated increases in costs associated with aid to the state’s public schools.
Even before the Patriots and the Seahawks take the field, 30-second ads are going for $4.5 million dollars a pop.r.
Security camera shows UPS delivery driver toss package, then urinate on side of house.
Wichita Public Schools will be holding the 2015 Choices Fair Thursday, January 29.