Sex trafficking has become a growing epidemic across the state including, right here in Sedgwick County.
If it passes and is signed by Governor Brownback, it would toughen some of the existing human trafficking laws
The bill approved on Thursday creates new crimes related to trafficking and toughens some existing laws.
A 26-year-old Wichita man was sentenced Thursday to 293 months for human trafficking.
A Wichita church is partnering with a non-profit group to help fight human trafficking.
Twenty-one-year-old LaDeisha Brown of Wichita was sentenced Monday to four years and three months in prison.
A jury on Thursday found a Wichita man guilty on federal human trafficking charges.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is pushing for changes that would strengthen the state’s laws against human trafficking.
This week KSN exposed some of the issues with human trafficking in Sedgwick County that often get overlooked.
That student advisory board is called ICT HOPE. The word HOPE stands for “Helping Overcome and Prevent Exploitation.”
You can submit questions ahead of time for the panelists at the Wichita Police Department Facebook page.
A silent crime is sweeping the streets nationwide threatening the safety of men, women, children and adults.
Two Salina men were arrested and accused of sexually assaulting a teen on Wednesday.
KSN is teaming up with ICT SOS to raise awareness about human trafficking in Kansas during the month of January.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback proclaimed January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month.