AG Derek Schmidt issues statement following request for State Supreme Court to step into matter.
Kansas First News has received additional details in the murder case of a 22-year old Topeka woman that occurred on the morning of Wednesday…
Judge denies same-sex application just hours after application was submitted.
Brownback throws support behind Schmidt’s action.
A court office in Kansas’ most populous county has issued a marriage license to a gay couple, believed to be the first in the state.
Snatched bunting from Royals Stadium during the 1985 World Series has returned the keepsake to its rightful owner.
A community is showing their support for a victim of a head-on collision that happened this weekend.
The capitol building was one of 14 recipients of the annual award.
Two longtime Fort Hays State University donors are giving the school $1 million for scholarships.
Incumbent US Senator Pat Roberts brought some heavy hitters to Topeka on Thursday to boost his re-election campaign.
New information in the death of 5 month old “AKM”.
The Big 12 basketball preseason poll was released on Thursday. Three teams received 1st-place votes.
Courtesy: Emporia State Athletics Emporia State takes on #18 Pittsburg State for the first time since 2011 when the Hornets travel to Southe…
Police are continuing to investigate, and no charges have been filed.
Police say he exposed himself to kids outside a Hoyt Elementary School.
A judge cleared the way for what could be the first gay marriage in Kansas.
The wedding plans of gay couples across Kansas remain in limbo, with all but one of the state’s 105 counties refusing to issue marriage lice…
Forged check turns into larger identity theft scheme.
The court states until Kansas law is changed, no same sex marriage licenses will be issued.
Kansas Public Safety officials made a pitch for railroad crossing safety Wednesday but they took an unusual approach to do so.
Hospital prepares for something they hope it never sees.
A hundred dollars can buy a lot of things but for some locals it bought blood, sweat and calloused hands.
Police say the man immediately became confrontational with officers and ignored their demands.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office confirmed with Kansas First News Thursday morning.