Kansas First News Sports Director Alex Wiebel masters the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Jamie Engstrom sentenced to more than a decade in prison for 2013 crime.
Church in Topeka hold press conference on controversial voter ID law.
The cinnamon-roasted nuts and colorful handmade quilts alone are worth a trip.
The Kansas City Royals began their four-game series against the Minnesota Twins on Friday night.
KSNT- Many in Ferguson, Missouri attribute this week’s violence to a racial divide. Sixty-six percent of the community is African-America…
Thousands now imported each year without oversight.
Maintains the sex was consensual.
The Emporia State Hornets wrapped up their first week of practice on Friday for the upcoming season.
Currently police are looking for a black male suspect in his mid-twenties, who stands 5’9” and weighs approximately 160 pounds.
The Bureau of Land Management has launched an investigation into the cause of death for 57 wild horses
A man who was wounded by police after firing shots at a Kansas motel has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
Topeka City Manager Jim Colson announced Friday that James Brown will serve as the new Chief of Police for Topeka.
The agency issued health warnings Thursday for all of nine lakes and part of another, saying water conditions are unsafe.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the felony murder conviction of a southwest Kansas man in the 2009 death of his girlfriend’s baby daught…
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the convictions and sentence of a northeast Kansas girl who was 13 when she was charged with murder duri…
The Kansas Board of Regents gave preliminary approval to a $38.6 million budget for specific projects.
Kansas First News went to the Emporia the Flint Hills Medical Center to learn more about the growing demand for its services.
Free parking meters on four city streets
A demand for money with a dangerous twist.
Restaurant patrons throughout the Kansas City metro area are being urged to be careful with their wallets.
The center closed down a year ago when the county ended a 110,000 dollar contract with Community First Inc.
The Army’s report released in June indicates Ft. Riley faces a worst case scenario of losing 16,000 base employees.
Additional officers will focus on identifying drivers who are impaired by alcohol or otherwise operating their vehicle in an unsafe manner.
Authorities say six people are being helped by the red cross after being displaced.