The largest electric company in Kansas will have a new executive overseeing its accounting operations in November.
Brownback is preparing to discuss efforts to shrink waiting lists for disabled Kansas residents who are seeking in-home services.
Kansas first lady Mary Brownback has recognized 25 books and their authors as part of the Kansas Book Festival at the Statehouse in Topeka.
Local Senators and Congressmen are speaking out against President Obama urging the use of military action in Syria.
If you’ve been past U.S. Highway 24 lately you’ve probably seen a lot of movement near the Menoken Rd. area
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary and theft from an unlocked vehicle in the 15200 block of Lakeview Circle, rural Wamego.
Eight more Kansas counties have joined a rural economic development program that helps new residents repay their student loans.
A Kansas prosecutor says a Topeka police officer was justified in the fatal shooting of a knife-wielding man.
It will be easier to get around the Flint Hills through public transportation because it’s expanding.
A theft of cattle panels was reported to the Pottawatomie County Sheriff’s Office.
On May 31, 2013 family members reported Jeremiah Joseph Perry age 20, of the Westmoreland Kansas area missing.
The Seaman School Board is working to prevent bullying in its classrooms.
With the October deadline fast approaching for all Americans to have access to health insurance through exchanges, Liberty Tax Service is offering free seminars to explain and review how the Affordable Care Act may impact a majority of the population.
A warning for small business owners and it doesn’t come from authorities but from a Topeka store owner who says he’s been wrangled into a payroll check scheme that Topeka Police tell Kansas First News Reporter Kevin Boughton is almost impossible to stop.
At the annual Topeka Public Schoold Foundation breakfast Tuesday morning Denny Payne of BPM Insurance was honored with the Foundation Patron Award.
A Shawnee County Jail inmate is on the run. 25-year-old David Kerth is a part of the Shawnee County Work Release Program.
The 2013 Assistive Technology for Kansans Expo is coming back to Topeka Sept. 12-14 at the Kansans Expocentre.