Gas prices are on the rise again.
People in southwestern Sedgwick county near Clearwater, spent Monday cleaning up after an EF - 1 tornado tore through Sunday.
Wichita School Board of Education members are seeking community input on the future of Southeast High School.
Cessna and Machinist Union work to avoid a general layoff by redeploying workers around the plant.
In just a matter of days, Emalee's Army has grown almost 1000 strong.
In an effort to cash in on your storm damage, fraudulent companies often come sweeping in from out of state.
As rescue efforts continue, resources are available to assist with disaster relief
A spokesperson with Boeing tells us they have 100 employees that live in Moore, Oklahoma and work at their site in Oklahoma near Tinker Air Force Base.
At least 51 people, some of them children, have died.
Philip Andra Grigsby, 50, was sentenced Monday for using a 9-year-old child to produce child pornography.
A federal appeals court has scathingly brushed off the claims of a former Kansas doctor as "bitter whining."
No one was hurt after inmates at a Hutchinson prison started fires outside their cells on Monday morning.
It’s not clear whether the reported cuts would impact Wichita
The bill also would prohibit using state tax dollars to lobby local, state or federal officials on the issue.
Kansas military officials are juggling schedules and changing plans to accommodate furloughs of more than 6,000 civilian employees because of federal budget cuts.
The City of Wichita will not be removing storm debris from severe weather that moved through the area on Sunday.
For the first time, the defense lawyers for a former sheriff's deputy and law enforcement instructor say he will take the stand in his own murder trial.
Kansas sold $4 million in tickets for Saturday's drawing.
Proposed cuts in spending on higher education is a key issue for Kansas legislators as the House and Senate attempt to reconcile their differences on the state budget.
Negotiations among Kansas legislators on tax issues are stalled amid bickering between Republican leaders in the House and Senate.
An Army team is inspecting the cemetery at Fort Riley to verify that all service members buried there are properly identified and commemorated.
The federal government is moving ahead with plans to sell a tiny island east of New York City, where experiments on dangerous animal diseases have been conducted since the 1950s.
Oklahoma's state medical examiner's office says a second person was killed by a tornado that leveled a central Oklahoma mobile home park.
The Kansas Star has booked country singer Tim McGraw for the grand opening concert of its arena in Mulvane.
Some schools suffered damage in Sunday's storm.
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