The Bureau of Land Management has launched an investigation into the cause of death for 57 wild horses
A man who was wounded by police after firing shots at a Kansas motel has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Topeka City Manager Jim Colson announced Friday that James Brown will serve as the new Chief of Police for Topeka.
The agency issued health warnings Thursday for all of nine lakes and part of another, saying water conditions are unsafe.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the felony murder conviction of a southwest Kansas man in the 2009 death of his girlfriend's baby daught…
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has been suspended for the season opener.
Harvey County authorities say a man died after being shot by a Newton police officer responding to a domestic violence call.
A federal appeals court has refused to consider the appeal of a Kansas man convicted of killing four people in a Wichita duplex.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the convictions and sentence of a northeast Kansas girl who was 13 when she was charged with murder duri…
American Royal officials asked a Kansas City Council committee to recommend tearing down Kemper Arena, rather than renovating it.
The Kansas Board of Regents gave preliminary approval to a $38.6 million budget for specific projects.
Kansas First News went to the Emporia the Flint Hills Medical Center to learn more about the growing demand for its services.
Students will begin moving into a new, high-tech residence hall at Wichita State University this weekend.
The association, whose goal is to raise awareness of Lou Gehrig's disease has certainly succeeded with this viral effort. Celebrities, CEOs,…
The Kansas City Council has approved city subsidies and rezoning necessary for Cerner Corp.'s 10-year, $4.45 billion expansion plan.
Free parking meters on four city streets
A demand for money with a dangerous twist.
Federal authorities say they have no plans to file charges against a company that contracted to provide dental services for the Kansas Army …
The Army's report released in June indicates Ft. Riley faces a worst case scenario of losing 16,000 base employees.
Additional officers will focus on identifying drivers who are impaired by alcohol or otherwise operating their vehicle in an unsafe manner.