Tea party challenger Milton Wolf says he’s reserved $250,000 in television advertising time for his U.S. Senate race.
Balloons released in a Marines honor find their way back to his mother.
The shot was one of two fired into the woman’s home as she slept around 11:30 p.m. Thursday.
A Kansas Highway Patrol trooper faces multiple felony charges stemming from a domestic dispute with his wife.
Schlitterbahn Waterpark says Verruckt will not open as scheduled on Sunday.
Sunflower Electric Power Corp. wants to build the 895-megawatt facility next to an existing coal-fired plant outside Holcomb in southwest Ka…
A grand jury indictment released Friday charges 54-year-old Gary Michael Moran with murder
Animal control officers who went to the home in west Wichita Thursday found the animals in the basement and called police and firefighters f…
Both Senator Jerry Moran and Pat Roberts have demanded answers from President Barack Obama regarding the release of five high-value prisoner…
A former Sedgwick County Jail deputy accused of trying to have sex with inmates has been sentenced to two years of probation.
The U.S. Postal Service has conceded to the small central Kansas town of St. John.
Fort Riley could lose 16,000 soldiers and civilian employees, with another 3,600 jobs related to the base also eliminated.
The building will hold James Naismith’s rules of basketball.
Twenty-four-year-old Adrian Johnson was sentenced Thursday for three counts of child endangerment and three felony drug counts.
Events begin Friday evening in Lecompton, located on the Kansas River between Topeka and Lawrence.
A northeast Kansas businessman running as an independent for U.S. Senate has opened his headquarters and named a campaign manager.
Kari Schmidt said Thursday that her client, Jason Matthew Pennington, has not reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors.
KSNT News has an update to a story first brought to you Thursday night.
After Kansas recorded 56 earthquakes between last October and April, the governor appointed a three-member task force to address the issue.
What would an outdoor festival be without heat, humidity and the threat of rain and lightning.
Trust Women on Thursday released a copy of a notice from the Federal Election Commission about the agency’s dismissal this week of the compl…
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran issued the following statement to Kansas First News on Thursday upon learning of the death of former U.S. Senate Ma…
In 1996, Baker remarried, taking as his bride Kansas Sen. Nancy Landon Kassebaum, who was about to retire from the Senate after serving thre…
Report says we got rain, just not enough.
U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 55-year-old Cynthia Bright of Girard pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to one count of bank fraud.