We will have continuing coverage tonight on Kansas First News at 5, 6 and 10.
The two men being held in connection with the death of a Topeka Police officer made their first appearances Monday morning.
The vigil will be held at the memorial in front of the Law Enforcement Center at 320 S Kansas Ave.
Miss Kansas Amanda Sasek’s father committed suicide when she was 17.
Flags to be flown at half-staff from sun-up to sun-down in Shawnee County on Monday and Tuesday to honor Corporal Jason Harwood.
Determinations of whether police shootings were justified have routinely taken several months in Sedgwick County.
The assessment has provided officials with information about how much students are learning in school in math, communication and critical th…
Investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that killed a man at an Overland Park apartment building.
She says the women attacked her outside of Club Indigo.
Jackson was shot at a Topeka apartment while several other people, including a child, were present.
Teachers receive a monthly salary from the Chinese government.
The ban would not apply to children under 10 years old or a woman breastfeeding her child.
State wildlife officials are deciding what type of charges to file against four men who they say shot 209 doves in one day in Kansas.
The former Kansas budget director will discuss the effect of the budget deficit at a series of presentations hosted by farm groups.
Man is not being called a suspect at this time.
Third officer killed in two years while on duty.
The Kansas City Chiefs were beaten by the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
The Kansas City Royals beat the New York Yankees in Sunday’s rubber match in New York.
Olivia Jordan-Higgins won the inaugural Prairie Band Casino & Resort Charity Classic at Firekeeper Golf Course on Sunday.
A photo from the Kansas First News crew at the Law Enforcement Center shows flags are now being flown at half-staff.
Both persons wanted in connection with officer shooting are behind bars.
The high court affirmed a 2009 lower court decision that found the case was tainted by a detective’s inappropriate testimony.
1,000 people gathered Friday for a dedication even.
The release said the investigation led to the discovery of department policy violations, including acts of dishonesty.