A Kansas State University history professor and former Manhattan mayor has filed for the Democratic primary in the state’s 1st Congressional…
On Thursday, May 22, a repair project will begin on eastbound and westbound I-70 Polk-Quincy Viaduct and 3rd Street and 4th Street bridges i…
The Governor’s Drought Team examines continued drought and encourages Kansans to be mindful of the state’s worsening conditions.
Memorial Day weekend is approaching, which can only mean one thing: The countdown to summer is on.
Two are dead following a double vehicle head-on Atchison County crash Tuesday afternoon.
A Kansas native who runs a national retail company and a railroad builder who developed Johnson County will be inducted into the Kansas Busi…
Two equality ordinances passed the Topeka City Council on a divided vote tonight.
The Kansas City Royals scored four runs in the final two innings, but lost to the Chicago White Sox 7-6 on Tuesday night.
Alcohol violations are just the beginning for the Riley County Police Department.
Nearly a year ago, a tornado tore through Marysville, destroying several homes and businesses.
The former city clerk of a small, northeast Kansas community has been accused of embezzling at least $186,000 in public funds.
Chase Middle School received a $1000 grant thanks to two siblings.
A Manhattan man was arrested after punching through a store window.
A northeast Kansas inmate is back in custody, four days after he was mistakenly released during a transfer to the state Department of Correc…
Lawrence bar patrons will soon be able to bring their daggers, dirks and stilettos into local drinking establishments.
Kansas First News Anchor Natalie Davis had the pleasure of hosting the program and performing her own solo, “Love Never Dies” by Andrew Lloy…
A Wamego attraction makes the list of top 10 Wizard of oz Destinations.
Some swimmers will have to find another place to do their laps by the end of the week.
A National Transportation Safety Board details how a small plane carrying a Kansas family crashed in 2012.
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA)announced the opening of an application site in Topeka.