Parents encouraged to talk gun safety with kids
Parents are encouraged to talk about gun safety with their kids, following this week's tragic incident.
Energy assistance available for low-income Kansans
In an effort to help keep Kansans warm this winter, the Kansas Department for Children and Families began accepting applications for its Low-Income Energy Assistance Program on Tuesday.
Pratt and Fairfield school districts turn to technology to face active shooters
The Pratt and Fairfield, Kansas school districts are using Technology to help their staff better respond to active shooter situations.
ON YOUR SIDE: online banking services restored at Meritrust CU
"We just want to know what's going on with our money. I worked too hard for mine," said Deborah Lane. She's one of many Meritrust Credit Union customers in Wichita who say they still can't access their accounts, a full day after the bank said everything would be back up and running.
KAKE NEWS INVESTIGATES: Help for residents of stinky neighborhood.
A terrible smell coming from a local creek in West Wichita has neighbors in a bind over solutions. The neighborhood is a little slice of heaven, right in the middle of Wichita.
KAKE NEWS INVESTIGATES: Prescription pricing...who's to blame?
National headlines tell the story of the state of prescription drug costs. This is especially true for diabetics who face some of the highest drug costs in the nation.
ON YOUR SIDE GETS ANSWERS: school lunch and "grandparents scam"
In this week's KAKE News On Your Side Gets Answers, we're taking your questions about school lunch times and an ongoing scam.
Former Chief in town as they look to take on the Patriots Sunday
Former Chief Mike Bell is in town as the Chiefs look to take on the Patriots Sunday in the AFC Championship game.
Kansas meat inspectors struggling during shutdown
The partial government shutdown has entered Day 26 and some federal workers in Kansas are feeling the pain.
KAKE NEWS INVESTIGATES: Extreme Measures for Insulin
With insulin prices sky high and soaring, see what Kansans are doing to afford the life saving drug.
Longton cell phones to ring again!
Sen. Pat Roberts' office tells KAKE News that Pioneer Wireless has agreed to temporarily restore power to their cell towers in the Longton area, until a permanent solution can be found. Phones should be ringing again by Friday, Saturday at the latest.
ON YOUR SIDE GETS ANSWERS: government shutdown funding and special diets
Calls about government funding through the shutdown, and special diets: KAKE On Your Side Gets Answers for viewers across KAKEland.
Pantry welcomes food from Valley Center violators
The City of Valley Center is offering to receive food donations to pay for a portion of outstanding warrant fees or fines.
TSA officers continue to work despite furlough
Transportation Security Officers across the U.S. are continuing to work during this furlough.
KAKE News investigates: Job scammers spoofing local businesses
If the new year means a new job then we have a scam alert you need to hear. Crooks are now using the good names of local businesses to lure you in. here's what to look for before you apply.
KAKE On Your Side Gets Answers
Every week, our Investigative Team makes dozens of calls on behalf of Kansans. Now, we're launching a segment called "On Your Side Gets Answers."
Fore! Hash browns recalled over golf ball bits
You have an early-morning golf match. You make coffee and contemplate the optimal breakfast to help you hit the ball straighter and calm those first-tee jitters.