If the justice reconsiders, gay couples could head to Kansas courthouses Wednesday morning.
After a judge found her incompetent to stand trial for a burglary case in Topeka.
A race too close to call from last Tuesday’s election now has an official winner.
Robert Moser told agency employees in an email Monday that he would resign at the end of this month.
Westar Energy officials have not confirmed a cause for the power outage but it occurred shortly after a fire damaged equipment at a substati…
No word yet on the cause of the fire.
The Topeka Fire Department says two fires that broke out at vacant houses were intentionally set.
Take a look inside old buildings that are being transformed into new spaces.
With cold weather on the way, now is the time to get your home ready, and free of poisonous gas.
Good year for all crops except winter wheat harvest
See the full Kansas First News interview with Moran on the changes at the VA, and looking ahead to the next four weeks here.
Budget shortfall grows to $436 million for upcoming fiscal year.
North winds aren’t just bringing it the colder air to Northeast Kansas.
Decision puts on hold indefinitely a lower-court order clearing the way for same-sex couples to marry.
Gas prices have fallen again in the capitol city, staying well below $3 a gallon.
Anyone with information on this case is asked to call the Lawrence Police Department at 785-832-7509.
The department has also serviced all equipment and operators have undergone training in anticipation of winter weather.
Two people inside the truck were taken by ambulance for possible injuries.
Without action, same-sex marriage licenses could be approved after 5:00 p.m. Tuesday evening.
The man’s injuries were non-life threatening, and the investigation into this matter continues.
McDonald’s is recalling a Hello Kitty-themed whistle given to children in Happy Meals, citing a chance they could choke on some of its parts…
Tom Witt of Equality Kansas said his group is advising couples to get married quickly.
Scranton had 44 water main breaks last year, enduring an average of more than three pipeline cracks per month.
She made her $4,000 bond and had a first court appearance scheduled for Nov. 17.
The new forecast is widely expected to be more pessimistic.