The weather is cooperating with progress on the Highway 24 and Menoken Road Diamond Interchange Project in North Topeka.
A former Topeka man will be tried for the 2011 killing of another man whose head was severed in what witnesses described as a voodoo ritual.
Topeka house fire started on front porch, cause not known.
The Big 12 Basketball games are causing programming changes we want to pass along to you.
One of the U.S. Army's 15 Most Wanted fugitives who escaped from military prison in Fort Leavenworth 37 years ago has been captured in South…
Meals on Wheels of Shawnee and Jefferson Counties, Inc. has been awarded a $2,500 grant from the Meals On Wheels Association of America.
Westar Energy customers are facing higher electricity bills after state regulators granted the utility a $43.6 million rate hike to cover th…
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka celebrated and Kansas First News Anchor, Natalie Davis joined them.
A Lawrence man in jail for nearly a month will stand trial for a Valentine's Day shooting.
One person was arrested for attempted murder after a stabbing in Lawrence.
A man in custody for allegedly robbing a convenience store has been charged.
Wichita State University's School of Nursing is expanding its online offerings with a bachelor's degree in nursing.
Kansas medical board members will consider appealing a court order overturning their revocation of a doctor's license over her referrals of …
Community members are being asked to help a Shawnee Heights Fire District Firefighter and his family.
Shawnee County wants to hear from folks on the future of a community center.
President Barack Obama has nominated Topeka Police Chief Ronald Lee Miller to serve as U.S. Marshal for Kansas.
The Ottawa Police Department has canceled a Silver Alert for a missing 88 year old man with dementia after he was found safe by his family i…
With the tax filing deadline a month away, the Internal Revenue Service reports more than 95 percent of Kansas taxpayers have e-filed their …
The last of four defendants charged in the death of a 34-year-old Topeka woman has entered a guilty plea.
Kansans safely disposed of more than 27 tons of personal documents during last week’s observance of National Consumer Protection Week.