You could be seeing your utility bill getting a little more expensive.
Wichita State University has chosen a new dean for its College of Engineering.
A man is on the loose after leading a deputy on a short car chase.
A 65-year-old man has died after his pickup truck was hit by a tractor-trailer that was trying to pass on a northeast Kansas highway.
Administrators and employees at the Brown vs Board of Education site were only at work long enough to prepare for a leave of absence without…
A man is in custody and will have a mental evaluation after a standoff that lasted nearly eight hours in south-central Kansas.
Two carjacking suspects are in custody Monday morning after fleeing from police in Kansas City, Kansas.
Storm Track Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert witnessed the weekly test first hand to see what goes into the behind the scenes of these checks.
Seven-hundred Kansas National Guard personnel are being sent home as the impact of the federal government shutdown takes hold.
Production workers at Creekstone Farms packing plant in Arkansas City will continue getting paid while crews clean up from a fire.
Two inmates at the Wyandotte County jail have filed a federal lawsuit accusing the sheriff of violating their rights by limiting their mail …
Brownback says his administration had been preparing for the possibility of a federal government shutdown, taking steps to make sure service…
Two photocopied pieces of paper taped to the front door of the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site is letting visitors in Top…
An 8-year-old boy has been injured in a drive-by shooting in suburban Overland Park.
A proposal to drill for oil below downtown Wichita's Century II convention center isn't dead but faces major obstacles.
One of the most popular games ever offered by the Kansas Lottery is back
Authorities are investigating after a man's body was found in a ditch near the Sedgwick County town of Kechi.
Brownback is urging communities to fight obesity, saying people are eating themselves to death.
Bond has been set at $1 million for a man charged in the January 2012 shooting death of a Topeka developer.
The Kansas Department of Education says a summer program served more than 1 million meals to needy children while public schools were out of…