Two Democratic legislators from Wichita plan to introduce legislation next week to address an issue with the Kansas voter registration laws
Kansas First News Reporter Katie Sampson tells us how the program is going to cope with $112,000 in cuts.
Wichita fire officials say a young boy has died in a fire in southwest Wichita.
An arcade in the small town of Douglass is temporarily closed after two thieves stole thousands of dollars of equipment.
Garden City police say a 77-year-old man died after he was hit by a car while walking across a city street.
Despite objections from landowners and the city of Eudora, Douglas County commissioners have approved a sand pit mining operation.
Enjoy local art tomorrow night at the Holton Art Walk. From 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., downtown Holton around the square will come alive with painti…
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have released a new wheat variety that was developed for dryland f…
The Merriam City Council has approved a deal that will bring Google Fiber to the Kansas City suburb.
A nonprofit Texas group is asking Wichita officials to adopt a program that would let citizens issue citations when they see drivers illegal…
Kansas State is preparing to unveil a new statue of head football coach Bill Snyder at the school's newly renovated stadium.
Several Shawnee County organizations are sponsoring a community workout on the campus of Washburn University in Topeka.
Hispanic business groups are joining forces to reach out to the business community about economic development in Kansas.
Army officials say Staff Sgt. Robert Bales has arrived at Fort Leavenworth to begin serving a life sentence for the murders of 16 civilians …
The “Furniture Mall of Kansas” is opening this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. in Topeka’s West Ridge Mall
During her first State of the Labor address Wednesday morning, Secretary of Labor Lana Gordon said several economic factors have improved in…
A man who used to work for the Garmin company in Olathe, Kan., has been indicted on federal charges of stealing
Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins released the following statement calling on President Obama to refrain from using U.S. Military action in Syria:
Today marks a historic anniversary. It's been fifty years to the day when the March on Washington was held and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The investigation of an identity theft ring has netted three more arrests in the Wichita area.