Shawnee County Sheriff’s Officers seized 110 pounds of marijuana from a white Chevy Lumina bearing an Arizona license plate.
The Southwest 6th Street restaurant opened on July 17, 1963.
Junction City officials and police are on the hunt for people who are stealing some of the city’s water.
A car crash sends a Topeka man to the hospital this morning in serious condition.
Lawrence city commissioners have given final approval to a proposal to build recreation center in northwest Lawrence.
Osage County authorities say they have had few leads in the search for a Lyndon man who hasn’t been seen since Sunday night.
The city council Tuesday night approved a new ordinance that will force sign owners to dim electronic message boards… and change their pro…
Kids in the Total Percussion Camp in Topeka were treated to a concert at Washburn.
There’s a push to put more people under the KanCare Medicaid system.
Patients of a procedure at a southeast Kansas hospital may have been exposed to infection.
The Geary County Sheriff’s Office says it happened sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning at the Flagstop Campgrounds.
Kids ages 5 to 13 in Kansas are encouraged to enter artwork for a statewide poster contest focusing on Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day
The Kansas Department of Administration today announced the deadline for submitting proposals for development of a Kansas lake-side
Kansas Lottery players are encouraged to check their Holiday Millionaire Raffle tickets from last year.
A Golden Lion Tamarin twin who was rejected by both parents died early Sunday morning, just days into its life.
As Kansas First News Reporter Kevin Boughton reports, a home appliance many of us couldn’t live without in the summer needs some TLC so it i…
The Kansas Department of Revenue is going after another business owner for not paying taxes.
A state board is meeting to consider proposed temporary rules and regulation changes to the Kansas law regarding proof of citizenship requir…
Two people are in the hospital after a shooting early Tuesday morning.
A state board has rejected proposed temporary changes to the Kansas law requiring proof of citizenship for newly registered voters.