Thirty-three-year-old Jeffrey Fenn pleaded guilty Monday to one count of health care fraud.
Central Kansas authorities are looking for whoever opened the valves on an oil lease stock tank over the weekend.
The hearing is set for Sept. 17 in the building near the Kansas Statehouse that houses the attorney general’s office.
Jeffery Schwed of Liberty also will have to repay the government $84,137 in the sentence handed down Monday.
All the recent rains have helped the spring-planted crops in Kansas.
What does it take for these people who save lives to keep cool?
Kansas authorities said they began pursuing McGowan on Friday night after receiving a report that he had abducted a young girl from a home i…
The Kansas City Royals lost their 4th straight game to begin the second half of the season on Monday night against the Chicago White Sox.
It doesn’t get hot enough in Kansas to kill you – so why is the heat the number one weather-related cause of death in the U.S.?
On Monday night, Washburn Rural passed a vote to bring a unified sports program to the school.
One Monday, five of the Big 12’s ten coaches met with the media to talk about the upcoming college football season. The remaining five will …
One Sporting Kansas City player was named the MLS Player of the Week on Monday.
Conservative PAC says incumbent isn’t conservative enough.
A federal judge has dismissed the lawsuit brought by an Oklahoma tribe seeking to build a casino on suburban Wichita land.
State owned Docking Building employees get update on relocation
U.S. District Judge Monti Belot told attorneys Monday he wants to move along as rapidly as possible the case of Terry Loewen.
The couple, Charles and Lisa Black, retired teachers from Kansas, had retired to the Maine coastal community of Camden.
The ads from a political action committee tied to the Senate Conservatives Fund also are mixing with the candidates’ own statewide spots.
A road rage incident between a driver and a bicyclist ended with one man getting a notice to appear citation.
Former Republican congresswoman Jan Meyers has formally endorsed Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s re-election.
A group of Emporia residents is exploring the possibility of returning Amtrak to the northeast Kansas city.
Between July 1, 2013, and June 30, 2014, the Concealed Carry Licensing Unit received 14,205 applications.
A U.S. Treasury Department program brought $31.8 million to Kansas last year, and that number could grow in the future.
More on this story tonight on Kansas First News.
A Hutchinson man convicted of putting two children in a hot clothes dryer as punishment will be resentenced for the third time.