A 1,000-piece collection of Jayhawk memorabilia will stay at the University of Kansas Union.
The 35th Infantry Division veterans of World War II visited the Museum of the Kansas National Guard.
TOPEKA, KS — While you’re behind the wheel – put down your phone! It is a part of a national campaign to stop drivers… More »
Southwest Publishing & Mailing Corporation announced today that it plans to expand and has purchased the former Jostens facility located at 4000 SE Adams Street.
Week three of the high school football season wraps up. See all the scores and highlights on the Football Frenzy.
A majority of the prospective Kansas voters whose registrations were put on hold after the state began enforcing a proof-of-citizenship law claim no political affiliation.
Kansas First News contacted University of Kansas professor David Guth Friday morning for comment after the university placed him on administrative leave. The following is Guth’s reply:
A 27-year-old Wichita man has been charged with injuring his infant son.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of America’s National Youth of the Year is from Wichita. Kiana Knolland was announced yesterday while representing the southwest region.
September is Hunger Action Month and in response, Harvesters Community Food Network is sponsoring a neighborhood food drive in the community.
This drive will… More »