A trial date is set in a Lawrence attempted murder case.
The candy giant has built a $270 million plant — its first in North America in 35 years — in Kansas that will churn out millions of chocolat…
Kansas First News Reporter Nicolette Schleisman was inside the courtroom and has more on what he’s convicted of and the charges the prosecut…
Lawrence city officials say the water levels at Clinton Lake are the lowest they have been since the lake was filled in 1981.
The Kansas Expocentre is looking to add multimillion dollar improvements.
Candy giant Mars Inc.is opening its first new plant in 35 years in Topeka, Kan. to churn out millions of chocolate bars and other sweets eve…
Emergency crews were on the scene near the Westgate bridge north of I-70 and Gage on a report of a person who may have jumped off the bridge…
Funeral services will be held Friday morning for a Marshall County Deputy who died last week due to complications from diabetes.
Kansas voters will decide in November whether to legalize charitable raffles.
Shawnee County has great access to medical care, but falls short when it comes to the overall health of its residents.
Westar says it estimates to have power restored by 10:30pm.
Big decisions were made on big game at the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission public hearing in Topeka on March 20th.
Jesse the Giraffe lives at the Topeka Zoo, and he’s not a spring chicken.
Sunset Zoo bid farewell today to Bob Jr., an 18-year-old male Amur tiger.
City commissioners approved a proposal to paint Wamego’s new water tower at their last meeting.
KU’s newest athletic facility will make its grand opening next month for the 87th annual Kansas Relays.
The dean of Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has announced plans to step down by the middle of next year.
The victims in Tuesday’s tower collapse in Pottawatomie County have been identified.
Plans continue to move ahead on a 4 million dollar airport expansion project in Osage City.
There’s a place in Lawrence where they’re using music to bring adults with special needs out of their shell.
Back in October we told you about Steven Wescott, his goat, Leroy Brown and their goal to walk from Seattle, Washington to times square.
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert lets us know what types of fire pits are allowed in our area and which ones could be illegal.
After nearly five years of debate, the Lawrence City Commission approved a program to license and inspect nearly every rental unit in the ci…
Manhattan will be the site of the 2014 Heartland Byways Conference, April 14-16, 2014.
In possible setbacks for the e-cigarette industry, a study published in a leading medical journal found the nicotine devices did little or n…