Lawrence city leaders are putting the brakes on plans to purchase new buses for their public transportation fleet
A program to encourage students to pursue technical education is getting glowing reviews from students, business leaders and politicians.
Steep cuts from Thursday’s Shawnee County budget meeting has left many non profit organizations wondering where they will find the extra mon…
Pittsburg State University is getting closer to snuffing out smoking.
A father and his 2-year-old son have been rescued from a Johnson County lake.
Governor Sam Brownback signed a proclamation marking the week of September 8th as suicide prevention week in Kansas.
One local Topeka Coffee store won’t be grinding it’s beans much longer. Kaner Coffee is closing after 20 years of serving coffee and homemad…
A central Kansas man has been convicted of trying to kill a Highway Patrol trooper in a shootout last October.
Kansas First News Reporter Don Bolerjack tells us how healing can start with one note.
Fort Leavenworth could be the destination for another high-profile military defendant
Harbaugh tells Kansas First News that his comments from yesterday are now outdated.
Officials say recreation is again permitted on the Arkansas River through downtown Wichita.
Yesterday Secretary of State Kris Kobach presented a NASS Medallion award in his office.
A local foundation is stepping up to the plate to help fight childhood hunger.
Meadowlark Hills received a Promoting Excellent Alternatives in Kansas Nursing Homes or “Peak Award” for sustaining person-centered care for…
Wichita officials say the city’s bus system could be out of money by 2015, and taxpayers will be asked to help keep the buses running.
Christmas won’t be the same in Garden City this year.
A man is still in critical condition this morning after he was assaulted late Wednesday night in Topeka.
On Friday morning at about 4:30, Topeka Police officers responded to College Hill Pizza Pub at 1418 SW Lane regarding an Aggravated Robbery.
The League of Women Voters of Kansas has filed an open records request for the schedules of three state officials.
The Kansas Adjutant General’s office says a reduction in federal funding will cause the loss of jobs in Fort Riley and Salina
A public forum on suicide awareness will be hosted Friday by Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services
The City of Junction City is issuing a public health advisory for the Smoky Hill and Kansas Rivers
Westar Energy Inc. is seeking to expand its renewable energy portfolio.
Public health warnings have been issued for seven Kansas lakes because of dangerous levels of toxic blue-green algae.