A group working to help others in Topeka uses Twitter to meet new people and help its cause. SilverbackKS, a group recently honored at the W…
USDA officials have removed an alleged violation from the latest Topeka Zoo inspection report.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says an adult from Atchison County has the state’s first case of West Nile virus this year.
The Kansas Supreme Court has affirmed the conviction of a Lawrence woman in a beating death.
An explosive start in one Topeka neighborhood Saturday, someone threw an explosive device into an apartment window.
STOMP, the international percussion sensation, returns to the Topeka Performing Arts Center on Thursday, September 12, 2013.
A northwest Kansas resident has come forward to claim a $1 million cash prize in Wednesday’s Powerball drawing.
The Topeka Roadrunners and Cumulus Media have announced the partnership where every game this season can be heard live on Sports Radio 1590 …
After 60 years of service, a Marshall County pool will be closing its doors for good this Sunday.
A 35-year-old man is in custody after Wichita police say he resisted efforts to rescue him from the Arkansas River.
Attorneys for Kansas and Planned Parenthood have agreed about how parts of a new state abortion law will be enforced
Tyson Foods Inc. says it will no longer buy cattle fed a supplement that’s designed to bulk them up before slaughter
A fire was reported in the 300 block of Poplar in Wamego early this morning.
Kansas First News Reporter Katie Sampson tells us how they’re dealing with the drops and how you can use them to your advantage.
A longstanding staple of the Topeka Skyline is another step closer to renovation.
The Kansas State Board of Education will consider disciplinary action next week against six teachers who have been convicted of criminal act…
Workers at the Bank of America building in Topeka were evacuated as a precautionary measure this morning.
The Baldwin City school district has a deal for you.
A small suburban Kansas City town is asking to be placed on state and federal registers of historic places.
The residents of a Hutchinson assisted living complex will be out of their home for least two weeks while workers repair damage from floodin…
Members of the Kansas Board of Regents plan to discuss budget issues and their policy of banning concealed guns on higher education campuses…
Kansas farm women are gathering near Manhattan for the second annual “Dirt, Denim and Diamonds” conference.
State health officials said they have confirmed the year’s first case of West Nile virus. The person who tested positive was in Atchison Cou…
A trial judge from east-central Kansas has been appointed to the state Sentencing Commission by Chief Justice Lawton Nuss.