A simple hashtag from a Riley County Police Officer has taken over Twitter – and put a cop and a firefighter in each others' places.
Riley County's infamous "twitter cop" and his Manhattan Fire Department counterpart are trading jobs tonight during a live social media even…
Seven troopers with the Kansas Highway Patrol are quickly becoming known as the "Tweeting Troopers."
The last of four defendants charged in the death of a 34-year-old Topeka woman will spend 12 years behind bars.
Two drug busts in the past two weeks have landed two Pottawatomie County residents in jail.
An M&M's World Store opened Friday morning in downtown Topeka.
A Kansas obesity specialist who co-authored a book with the late Dr. Robert Atkins has been convicted of evading federal income taxes.
The Easter Seals Capper Foundation gave out two trophies for the successful Blarney Breakfast.
University of Kansas students will not have to pay a $25-per-semester fee for athletics, but will pay two other fees beginning in the fall.
Kansas residents who served in the military may now get the word "veteran" printed on their state-issued driver's licenses and photo ID card…
State officials are reminding Kansans who fall behind on electric and natural gas bills that they will lose some protection against shutoffs…
The University of Kansas is co-sponsoring the Kansas chapter of the American Planning Association’s spring symposium, Sustainability: Doing …
Douglas County officials have approved a temporary permit for a concrete batch plant that some area residents had opposed.
Kansas University Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little revealed the person behind the title during an onstage interview with KU alumna and Dean…
We've all heard of smartphones, but what about smart guns?
The Lawrence Journal World reports Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little agreed Thursday to a student senate vote to get rid of it.
Keeping teens drug free. That was the focus of today’s Red Ribbon Annual Luncheon and Training seminar. Kansas First News reporter Vanessa M…
A second report in two days has been made by the Riley County Police of a truck's window's being shot with a b.b. or pellet gun.
Hiawatha is gearing up for a vote that would determine whether or not the city will have a movie theater anymore.
A police officer and firefighter will team up in Riley County for 6 hours Friday night in a live tweeting event they're calling "#Firecop".