A 34-year-old man accused of killing three people and critically injuring two others appears in court.
A man claims he was cleaning his gun, when it accidentally went off.
Police in Junction City are putting drivers on notice.
Prosecutors are taking another look at a woman’s claims she was raped at a University of Kansas residence hall last year.
State health official say whooping cough cases are increasing across Kansas, with Pottawatomie County particularly hard hit.
Taylor confirmed the news to Kansas First News Wednesday afternoon.
The Islamic Center has been active in the community for years.
Brownback is promising to finish work on a 50-year water conservation plan for Kansas if he’s re-elected this fall.
Roberts lashes out at Taylor and Democratic Party.
A man appearing in a new Davis for governor ad was charged with a sex crime according to the Kansas Republican Party.
Independent U.S. Senate candidate Greg Orman has been endorsed by a group of former moderate Republicans in the Kansas Legislature.
The power was turned back on Wednesday afternoon at the Shawnee County Courthouse and will re-open Thursday for business.
Advertising by a northeast Kansas teen that he had prescription pills for sale, landed him in handcuffs.
A 34-year-old man is charged with first-degree murder in the shooting deaths of three people in a Kansas City neighborhood.
Topeka fire crews responded to a structure fire in southwest Topeka Wednesday morning.
Police have identified the three victims of a shooting in south Kansas City that also left two people critically wounded.
Two women and one man were shot to death Tuesday afternoon, and two others were in critical condition Wednesday.
A Topeka man accused of shooting a man at a central Topeka gas station in July has been bound over for trial.
Kansas First News spoke to security experts about the most recent security breaches.
United says service failed to meet revenue and passenger forecasts.
Some personal information may have been inadvertently exposed on the Internet.
An early morning wakeup call for many in northeast Kansas
Police say the man was arrested shortly before midnight as he walked along an interstate in north Kansas City.
Police blocked the area while they searched for a suspect.
Study raises questions about current treatment regime