Hayden tennis standout Tommy Hunter won another city boys singles title on Thursday afternoon.
Hailey Robinson from Washburn Rural High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
Prosecutors allege Rhodes helped former Multi-State Lottery Association Eddie Tipton collect jackpots won in rigged games.
The Blue Man Group is singing the blues over the theft of some property while the performers were in Wichita this week.
If your loved one was misusing, would you know it?
Alejandro Arturo Garcia-Garcia was found guilty of several charges, including attempted capital murder in connection with the shooting of a …
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said that a 37th state has agreed to recognize Kansas concealed carry licenses.
A man got the maximum fines possible — $5,500 — after he pleaded guilty to two counts of voting without being qualified and one count of a…
After warning for days about violent storms, forecasters review whether the messages they sent were appropriate for storms that some conside…
On Saturday September 10, 2016, Zac Brown Band will be highlighting a concert inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
Negotiators have reached a deal on open records, which would open up for public access emails sent by public workers about state business.
A historic statue has been returned to a Civil War memorial in Wichita after undergoing a nearly three-year renovation in Missouri.
The nomination of Eric Fanning is still being blocked by Sen. Pat Roberts over the Obama administration’s efforts transfer Guantanamo Bay de…
Eaton Corp. says it is cutting 30 percent of its jobs at a hydraulics plant in Hutchinson.
South Carolina’s governor urged the Obama administration to stop plans to move Guantanamo Bay detainees to the United States.
Topeka fire officials say a blaze that occurred at a motel following a shootout between federal agents and a suspect caused an estimated $35…
Three Republican senators are proposing a bill to reinstate income taxes for more than 330,000 Kansas business owners.
The Kansas House has signed off on legislation meant to crack down on people who purposely ignore paying tolls on the state’s turnpike.