Hundreds rally at the statehouse Thursday morning against abortion laws.
Would tighten federal restrictions.
Advocates had a chance to make their case in front of the Senate Health and Public Welfare Committee Wednesday.
Six minutes tells you all you need to know.
Former Centralia, Onaga H.S. head football coach Jerry Bainum died at the age of 72.
Kansas First News’ Jared Broyles blog on the President’s speech at KU Thursday.
To determine whether there is enough evidence to try three men in a deadly robbery attempt at a Kansas gun shop.
A drug deal gone awry is the apparent reason behind Topeka’s first homicide of the year.
President Obama delivered remarks on the economy and child care at the University of Kansas Thursday.
President Barack Obama likes to say there are no red states or blue states, just the United States of America.
President Barack Obama arrived in Kansas January 21, 2015 to speak at the University of Kansas on January 22, 2015.
Set to be a part of a motorcade escorting President Barack Obama in Kansas.
Kansas First News will be there live during the speech and give you a reaction after the speech on 27 KSNT.
Topeka firefighters were on the scene Wednesday night of a house fire on SW 31st St.
Saying he still has hopes he can bridge the ideological gaps that have created gridlock in the nation’s capital.
Met by small delegation at Forbes Field.
Community leaders send letter to state and federal agencies.
For nearly a decade, advocates have been pushing to legalize medical marijuana in Kansas.
Revenues from court fees have fallen short of expectations, squeezing the judicial branch’s budget.
Filed legislation guaranteeing Kansans greater ability to exercise their constitutional right to keep and bear arms.
To sell the economic proposals he outlined in his State of the Union address.
Recently reopened after the original location was leveled nearly two years ago in a deadly explosion.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says they have arrested a Topeka man for felony theft.
Good news for one local organization.
Supporters of the Senate measure will address the panel on Wednesday, while opponents get their turn on Thursday.