Fort Riley soldiers and families will gather the evening of Aug. 7 for activities tied to the annual National Night Out.
A membership-based aviation program called Wheels Up has ordered up to 105 of Beechraft’s King Air, valued at $788 million.
Construction is expected to begin next year on a new research facility in Salina dedicated to studying the science of transporting bulk soli…
The recent spate of wet weather has caused flash floods and other headaches in much of Kansas
President Barack Obama has nominated Kansas Supreme Court Justice Nancy Moritz to the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
This fall, your kids could be staying active and moving in the classroom.
The Topeka Swim Association is hosting the Central Zone Championship
A 70 year old Grantville man is behind bars in Jefferson County after being accused of sex-related crimes with a young girl.
Late Thursday morning Topeka police responded to 1317 SW MacVicar following an ongoing drug investigation.
A Kansas family values activist says he’s pleased with the military’s decision to remove pornographic magazines from Army and Air Force stor…
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.