ALCO Stores, Inc. announced today that the company will be moving its corporate headquarters from Abilene, Kan. To Coppell, Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
The I-70 lanes that were temporarily closed last night have been re-opened this morning.
On April 1, 2013 someone posted a photo on Facebook that depicted that there was a mouse found in to go food that was taken from Mr. Stirfry.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – Parts of Kansas have had a fair amount of rain in recent weeks, but state officials say the persistent drought… More »
Manhattan police are trying to determine why someone broke into the mausoleum of a prominent Manhattan family.
Around 2:00 PM Tuesday employees of Linchtenberg’s Fine Jewelry say two men entered the business and stole jewelry by smashing a display case with a hammer.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man for ramming another vehicle from behind… twice.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office arrested 66-year-old Michael Grabauskas in the 6000… More »
Topeka’s newest mayor and city council members were sworn in at Tuesday’s meeting.
The lawyer for the Craigslist sperm donor who’s facing a child support battle with the state is trying to add another party to the… More »
Deputy, acting on information that was received earlier this morning regarding a theft and criminal damage to Schmidtlein Exzavating Inc., arrested the driver, Robert K. Nesbitt, 25, of Topeka on suspicion of several criminal charges.
The cause of an accident near the intersection of 29th and Croco Rd. is under investigation.
With the possibility of severe weather later today, Kansas First News wants to make sure that you get all the news and weather you need on your mobile device.
The Justin Moore concert previously scheduled for this Thursday night at the Kansas Expocentre has been postponed to November 20 due to a scheduling conflict.
A press conference was held today by the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas and Western Missouri, The Kansas National Organization for Women, MainStream Coalition and Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri at the state capitol over the danger of the new abortion restriction bills the Kansas legislature had recently passed.
Safe Streets Topeka/Shawnee County and its parent organization, Shawnee Regional Prevention and Recovery Services (PARS) announced today the hiring of two new employees.
Older workers were honored at a ceremony today, the Kansas Department of Commerce and the Older Worker Task Force will hosted the 16th annual older worker awards ceremony this morning in Marvin Auditorium at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.
At tonight’s Topeka City Council meeting, new members will take oath of office.