A Pacific storm is bringing a second day of much-needed rain to drought-stricken Southern California.
A defiant Takata Corp. told a U.S. safety agency that its demand for a nationwide air bag recall isn’t supported by evidence.
An 18-year-old Oklahoma man charged with raping a 16-year-old former high school classmate is scheduled to face a judge.
Wichita-area authorities say a teenager has been critically injured in an SUV rollover crash.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit alleging that science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism.
A weekend fire that led to the evacuation of more than 20 dogs from a Lawrence pet care business also caused $60,000 in damages.
Wichita firefighters say two men have been hospitalized after a house fire.
A private developer plans to transform the buildings it owns into shops with a courtyard and parking garage.
If you’re a Wichita water customer, you could soon be paying more for services.
After a full weekend of shopping on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Tuesday is all about giving back.
At issue $1.9 million, still being held by the treasurers office.
Starting in January, Centura hospitals (a network of hospitals), including Saint Catherine in Garden City will not hire smokers.
Morgan’s attorneys accuse Wal-Mart of stalling to avoid the disclosure of its safety practices.
One of the men charged in the mistaken identity murder of Jennifer Heckel back in June of 2011 was found guilty today.
Dr. Ann Kristin Neuhaus of Nortonville will be back before the State Board of Healing Arts next week.