AAA predicts 34 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles to celebrate Labor Day this year.
Beechcraft is celebrating the inaugural flight of its first production AT-6 light attack aircraft.
Global consumer products maker Unilever is planning a $152 million expansion of its margarine and spreads plant in northeast Kansas.
Wichita police responding to a reported burglary instead found a puppy that had been beaten to death with a baseball bat.
City Manager Jim Colson has put a plan in place to address immediate pay practice concerns in the Topeka Fire Department caused by salary compression.
Parents using drugs or alcohol is the primary reason for children being removed from a home and placed in foster care in the state of Kansas.
The ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee says plans to ask Gov. Sam Brownback’s nominee to the Kansas Court of Appeals how the courts can remain independent under the new judicial selection process.
Wichita police say a 29-year-old woman was checking on a house she owns found a couple had moved into the garage and were doing drugs inside.
Wichita police have turned to Facebook in search of two men who are believed to have committed crimes of a sexual nature in public places.
Opening statements start this morning in the trial of a former Fort Riley soldier accused in the shooting death of a Kansas National Guardsman outside a Manhattan motorcycle club.