Fall 2014 enrollment is the university's largest ever at 24,766 students, up from 24,581 students a year ago.
For "willful" and "serious" safety violations in the death of two workers in the collapse in March of a cell tower they were dismantling in …
A Kansas Air National Guard official said a Wichita unit could see almost a third of its full-time positions eliminated.
The two officials had a news conference Friday to publicize the center's new website.
Authorities said was deliberately set by a contract employee.
Grant to increase training for human services paraprofessionals.
Federal regulators say a Union Pacific line has reopened a day after two trains collided in central Kansas.
The school will hire an architect for a hall that will be designed to provide a more intimate setting than White Concert Hall.
Kansas authorities are looking for five girls who left a youth care facility in Newton.
More than 2,400 claims were filed, with the largest being for more than $93,000.
A Flint Hills family is offering access to its 4,600-acre ranch to Wichita State University for research.
The candidates for Kansas insurance commissioner are having a forum next month in Wichita.
Salina police arrested a 21-year-old man who they say led police on a chase after they caught him drag racing.
The teddy bear drive starts Friday and will continue through Sunday. A monetary fund for the girl is also set up at Capital City Banks.
New variation on a common theme
Accident occurred near Perry-Lecompton High School.
Federal Grant helps to grow international research
Both men are from northeast Kansas.
The Emporia State Hornets (1-2) hit the road to take on Northeastern State (0-3) at 6:00pm on Saturday night.
Officers responding to the call of a suspicious package found something surprising inside.