A fight over religious freedom is brewing in south central Kansas.
The City of Wichita reports it has received two bids for the possible sale of the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Wichita.
The Kansas legislature Friday night passed legislation that averts a school shutdown ordered by the Kansas Supreme Court.
The court responded, “This case is curious. A dog’s life is saved, yet the veterinarian faces sanctions.”
Stock markets in the U.S. and around the world lost value Friday following the vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has issued a boil water advisory for the City of Cottonwood Falls public water supply.
The Salvation Army in Wichita is asking area residents to help donate fans for distribution during its 2016 Fan Drive.
The United States Department of Defense has granted Doc approval to use a runway at McConnell Air Force Base for final ground testing.
Prosecutors have charged a Kansas man for allegedly lying to FBI agents who were investigating an attack on three Somali men in Dodge City.
An apparently shaken and frantic Kelly McGillis could be heard on a recorded 911 call screaming about a woman who broke into her home.
Four former governors say Governor Sam Brownback has thrown the state into a serious fiscal crisis.
State officials have announced they’re working with a convenience store company to provide concessions at Cheney Reservoir.
A deluge of 9 inches of rain damaged or destroyed more than 100 homes in West Virginia.
A Kansas City man has been charged with threatening a Jewish congregation in Kansas.
Police tell KSN that there are no charges being filed at this time after a 3-year-old drowned in a backyard pool Thursday.