“Episode VII” is set for release in December 2015.
NTSB said in a preliminary report Thursday that several witnesses reported the plane had its landing gear down before it hit the Flight Safe…
The Bills, Chiefs and Jets will play regular-season games in the U.K. for the first time.
Kansas has the third-highest rate of vacancies, with 31 percent of its homes in the foreclosure process abandoned.
Twenty-five-year old Adrian Peralta was found shot to death in the early morning hours of April 13, 2013.
The father was treated for unspecified injuries at the scene.
Zoo officials will discuss red pandas with the public 30 minutes before the event.
Guilty of reckless second-degree murder in the death of 48-year-old Thomas James of Clay Center.
The food distribution starts this morning at 9:30 a.m.
Currently the investigation is underway to include the location of this event as well as location of possible suspect(s).
A decision on where to transition.
Disruption leaves many students wondering about classroom security.
A special Kansas First News report looks at a program that teaches women life-saving moves and how to fight off an attacker.
Roberts looks forward to working in a GOP dominated Congress.
Court tells AG and ACLU to show evidence on whether hold should be dropped
Shawnee County Election Commissioner says the problems can be solved.
A man wanted for drug possession is November 5, 2014’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
A second person of interest related to the shooting that occurred Sunday evening at 734 NW 62nd has been identified and located.
The company said it is working with other training sites to accommodate customers’ needs.
Unofficial results show the proposal for a 0.2 percent sales tax failed by a 52 percent to 48 percent margin — about 915 votes.
Saturday, Nov. 15, at the School of Law on the Topeka campus.
The $46.5 million project failed by 882 votes.
Paul Davis made some headway with GOP moderates and unaffiliated voters upset with the governor’s fiscal policies.
The measure allows nonprofit, religious, veterans and other organizations to hold raffles as fundraisers.
Roberts’ victory Tuesday continues a dominating streak for Kansas Republicans, who have not lost a U.S. Senate race since 1932.