Wichita hospitals say they have seen a number of fireworks related injuries over the last few days.
A 59-year-old Kansas woman died Tuesday in accident involving at Kansas Highway Patrol trooper.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority will eliminate gates at three K-Tag lanes this week as part of a pilot program to test video enforcement.
Alaska’s largest regional airlines will begin twice-daily service between Denver and Dodge City in September.
The KDHE has started a statewide surveillance program to monitor the mosquitoes that spread the virus.
Federal officials say they are expanding tests to speed up airport lines and improve security.
The Food and Drug Administration approved the device Tuesday for patients with coronary artery disease.
The teen tied around 200 sparklers together with tape and when he went to light the self-made “sparkler bomb,” it blew up.
Online enrollment for returning Wichita Public School parents with an active ParentVUE account will begin Monday, July 11.
Wichita police say a 17-year-old man drowned late Thursday night or early Friday morning after being left at an apartment complex pool.
Construction to improve drainage south of Emporia at mile markers 101.7 and 101.9 on I-35/KTA is set to begin next week.
The FBI will not recommend criminal charges in its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
A 26-year-old Kansas man who climbed onto a roof to launch fireworks is dead after falling from atop his Topeka home.
Four people, including two juveniles, were injured in a shooting Monday night following the city of Pittsburgh’s Fourth of July celebration.
Trump suggested Clinton and her allies were using the matter to distract from her own recent campaign troubles.