Hillary Clinton assailed Donald Trump on Thursday as a potential president who would lead America toward war.
Four soldiers are still missing from a truck that overturned in the swift water, killing at least five and injuring three.
Hundreds of athletes will meet at WSU to compete for state titles. KSN caught up with one athlete as she prepares for the big weekend.
WSU bowlers past and present competing against world-class talent
Two-run ninth lifts Indians past Royals
County fire officials told the commission their current radios are about 11-years-old and are no longer being manufactured.
The family of the boy who went missing in Gypsum Creek last Friday held a birthday party for him Thursday night.
Donald Trump says the Obama administration plans to keep consumers in the dark about health care premium increases for 2017.
The Kansas Attorney General’s Office will review the investigation of a case where a man held a Finney County judge hostage.
A court document says a man driving an SUV that crashed into a mini van killing two people was drunk and on meth.
Charges are being filed against a Butler County man for a shooting that occurred when a gun he had in his sock went off at a graduation.
Three Sedgwick County departments want more money next year to hire people, keep people, and relieve a DNA testing backlog.
With the Arkansas River being the focus of the annual Wichita Riverfest, KSN wanted to know about the quality of the water in the river.
Thursday brought Kansas school children and their parents one day closer to the prospect of schools in the state closing down on July 1st.
Kansas health officials say three lakes in the state are under warnings because of high levels of toxic blue-green algae blooms.