Game 3 coverage begins Friday at 6:30 p.m. on Fox 43 KTMJ.
A court filing Wednesday indicates federal prosecutors have conceded the Supreme Court ruling applies retroactively to the Schneider case.
The judges are bound by the appeals court rulings.
It’s the second “green” addition to the district.
This event is completely free and open to the public.
Several Kansas teachers and teachers-in-training are featured in the documentary.
They haven’t released the identity of the officer.
One driver leaves the scene of accident near 6th and Croco
Take a look around the Kansas City Royals’ dugout and it’s pretty evident: The handwriting is on the wall in this World Series.
A Sedgwick County man who accidentally shot himself has been arrested on suspicion of criminally possessing the firearm.
A former Sedgwick County sheriff’s corporal has been charged with theft after authorities say he stole about $200 in cash while working at t…
The first showdown of brilliant bullpens went to the Kansas City Royals.
Does Ebola have an impact on African blend coffee beans?
Topeka man killed in 23rd & Gage accident.
Nurses at St. Francis Health Care take crash course on Ebola preparations.
Kansas First News Political Analysts Dr. Bob Beatty tells us what the campaigns are stressing in this final stretch.
The 18-year-old woman from Manhattan initially attended an “all-you-can-drink” party thrown by ASU fraternity members.
Polls have shown the race to be a dead heat, despite Kansas’ conservative leanings.
People who gathered to remember basketball coach Wayne McClain say it was like him not to reveal he was ill with cancer.
The Kansas Highway Patrol says the semi was westbound when it rolled onto its side and landed in a ditch.
Former Sedgwick County District Attorney Nola Foulston issued a statement Wednesday saying the ad exploits the case for political gain.
The 75-year-old Snyder is in his 23rd season at Kansas State. He has a record of 183-91-1.
The Roberts campaign released a letter from Graves calling Roberts a tested leader and reasonable problem-solver.
Kansas is currently projected to have a $260 million deficit by the end of June 2016.
City commissioners decided Tuesday to reject a request to reduce parking for the complex by 100 spaces.