The University of Kansas has received a $2 million gift to establish the first counseling psychology professorship in the School of Educatio…
A Topeka group is raising money for HIV Awareness with piggy banks.
Clean your sink in a wink! The Amazing Acrobatic Sprayer promises to add 360 degrees of motion to any standard faucet with two levels of wat…
Pre-packaged salads are being blamed for a parasite outbreak that has left nearly 400 people across the country with a stomach illness, incl…
Kansas First News Reporter Kevin Boughton has the latest on river conditions and how people are handling the high waters.
A survey finds that up to 9 percent of Kansans are at risk of developing a gambling problem
The 7th Annual Miracle Marathon for Kids Radiothon started this morning at the North Topeka Walmart.
Kansas health officials say a substance that was removed during the weekend from the Cottonwood River was an algae bloom.
A Franklin County judge says DNA testing should proceed in the case of a man accused of killing four people in rural Ottawa.
A western Kansas company is recalling more than 50,000 pounds of ground beef products over E. coli concerns.
The Kansas Historical Society has received a grant of nearly $161,000 to convert 100,000 pages of old Kansas newspapers into a digital forma…
A Kansas dental health organization has been awarded $100,000 to improve access to oral health care around the state.
An employee tells Kansas First News the 40-year-old Topeka staple will close on Sunday, August 1th.
The building that houses insect research at Kansas State University has a big problem with bugs.
For the whole month of July, Wells Fargo Advisors Topeka have been collecting new and gently used jeans to be donated to the Rescue Mission.
There's a new detour for semi-trucks during the construction at Topeka Boulevard and U.S. 24.
A key Kansas lawmaker is promising that Gov. Sam Brownback's next appointee to the state Court of Appeals will be thoroughly scrutinized dur…
A Kansas congressman's legislation seeking a constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage has picked up more support
Kansas officials say revenue collections beat estimates by $3.1 million in the first month of the new fiscal year.