Kansas First News Reporter Don Bolerjack tells us how Manhattan bars keep minors from tricking their way in.
It’s not exactly ski slope weather, in fact it doesn’t feel like fall yet but that isn’t stopping the Topeka Ski Club from celebrating 50 ye…
Kansas officials took extraordinary steps to ensure that legislation fixing the state’s “Hard 50″ criminal sentencing law is now in effect.
Lawrence police say they are seeing an alarming increase in the number of home invasions
The 2nd annual event takes place Saturday
A team of university scientists has found that federal clean-air laws have helped forests recover from pollution.
The names of four more soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan will be added to a monument at Fort Riley
An exhibit featuring Bible illustrations and woodcuts dating to Medieval times is on display at Baker University.
Police say a little before three Monday morning two black men with a shotgun robbed the Pizza Pub on Southwest Lane.
A man is in custody for breaking into a van early this morning.
Police are looking for two men who they say took someone’s red Corvette for a ride around town late Sunday night.
32 teachers were recognized for hard work Sunday. The Kansas State Department of Education named two of those teachers finalists for the 201…
A panel of six former agriculture secretaries will give the next installment of the Landon Lecture series at Kansas State University.
Brownback today thanked thirty-six employees who have served the State of Kansas forty years
Brownback’s allies and critics have waged an intense debate over changes in picking state Court of Appeals judges.
Health-care occupations remained the highest paying jobs in Kansas, with the highest wage paid to obstetricians and gynecologists at an aver…
Former Kansas Budget Director Steve Anderson is going to work for a think tank that advocates tax cuts and lower school funding.
Authorities are investigating a Junction City shooting death.
A Topeka magnet school is on the way to becoming one of the only schools in the state to offer a full-time, comprehensive bilingual program.
Some critics of Caleb Stegall’s appointment to the Kansas Court of Appeals noted that he’d been passed over as a finalist for two previous v…