Wichita State officials are negotiating with several technology companies to create an innovation campus at the university.
The University of Kansas says it has fixed problems with bandwidth the led to delays in schools across the state
Cyberbullying…sexting…and online sexual behavior…you’ve heard the warnings for your teens but don’t believe your child could be involv…
Property values in Shawnee County will change for more than 18,000 properties.
A 63-year-old Wichita man with a history of sex crimes against children has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for his latest c…
The Hiawatha city commission held a special meeting Monday night and voted to put a “half cent” sales tax to fund a new movie theater on the…
If you are thinking of adding a dog to your family, this free event hosted by the Wichita Kennel Club may be for you.
Gay-rights supporters are rallying at the Kansas Statehouse to protest anti-gay marriage legislation
Students at Seaman High School are honoring the memory of one of their own.
Three juveniles were taken into custody Sunday afternoon after investigation led to their arrest in an auto theft case.
A House committee has made significant changes to a proposal that would mandate parental action before students receive sex education
A bench trial has been scheduled for a 64-year-old school bus driver charged in an accident
Monday is the first time the Jenkin’s family from Topeka has received some good news about getting out of the country and back home.
Kansas corn and sorghum growers have a new top executive running their industry advocacy organizations.
A Wichita-based group has left voicemail messages urging Kansans to thank their state representative who voted for a bill that sought to pro…
A Wichita maintenance technician has been sent to federal prison for stealing equipment from two Wichita companies
Equipment operators from street maintenance and water pollution control collaborated to begin single lane plowing of all emergency routes as…
A House budget committee has accepted a subcommittee’s recommendation to increasing spending for Kansas public higher education
The House Pensions and Benefits Committee rejected a bill Monday to create a 401(k)-style plan for teachers and public employees
Kansas First News Reporter Nicolette Schleisman takes us through the house and the history behind it.