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.
A Wichita-based group has left voicemail messages urging Kansans to thank their state representative who voted for a bill that sought to protect from lawsuits employees who refused service to anyone based on religious beliefs about marriage.
Equipment operators from street maintenance and water pollution control collaborated to begin single lane plowing of all emergency routes as part of our storm response phase.
One teen is dead, another injured after a car accident and sheriff’s deputies say the driver may have been speeding.
Kansas First News Reporter Nicolette Schleisman takes us through the house and the history behind it.
Topeka Police officers attempted to stop a maroon 2002 Chevy Monte Carlo with Colorado tags at 6th and SE Liberty around 1:25 Monday morning.
Teens are buckling up throughout Kansas in the name of safety.
A Topeka family, stranded in Ukraine during violent protests and now, a change in government power, still waits for word they can come home.
The Kansas Jayhawks had no trouble with the Texas Longhorns on Saturday night winning 85-54.
Hayden’s John-Martin Schmidt and the Washburn Rural 200-yard medley relay team win big at State swimming and diving on Saturday.