Occupants of the home safe, but need new place to live.
Woman trapped in vehicle for nearly 30-minutes.
Actions follows Kansans getting sick, 3 died
Fairchild charged in Topeka’s first homicide of 2015
For it or against it
Now that severe weather season has arrived in Kansas, some parents wonder if their children are safe at school.
A 62-year-old southwest Kansas man is dead after strong winds destroyed his mobile home.
Some lawmakers and state officials are ramping up the pressure against a Wichita ballot initiative that seeks to ease penalties for possessi…
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the murder convictions of a man who killed two people when he crashed into their vehicle while running f…
Kansas Wesleyan University’s nursing program has voluntarily withdrawn its accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education.
Prompting the district to beef up security for a day.
Critics of tighter rules for social services in Kansas focus on how they expect those policies to make daily life difficult for needy famili…
The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help in locating the driver that struck and killed a 20-year-old man on the morning of Augus…
Here are photos of severe weather on April 2, 2015
Storms overnight left significant damage throughout south central Kansas, leaving downed trees and damaged buildings and cutting off power t…
The Legislature plans to reconvene April 29 to wrap up its business for the year. It would be the 73rd day out of 90 scheduled.
The Kansas Senate has confirmed two of Gov. Sam Brownback’s major appointments.
The case is still under investigation by the Sheriff’s Office.
A Wichita man must serve at least three years in prison for his role in an Arkansas man’s death during a 2013 robbery at a rental house.
A Wichita man who struck and killed a landscape worker with his car will serve three years of probation.
USD 333 using six unused “snow days” to save school funding.
Governor sites new job statistics and education budget.
Bill increases insurance requirements for any driver and also require background checks through state agency
Legislature give final OK, critics call plan extremely risky
Two-year tuition freeze cheers students, takes Universities by surprise