Primary election delays start of construction 24-hours to Wednesday
You can look forward to spending a little less to fill up your vehicle this week.
The county commission has now done its part but not without a bump in the road.
Former Kansas basketball star Mario Chalmers returned to Lawrence on Monday afternoon for his annual charity golf tournament.
Soccer takes an entirely new twist as players wear bubble suits to add a new element to the game.
Cristina Frank made her goat milking debut Saturday.
Former Kansas basketball star Ben McLemore returned to Lawrence to put on a charity dunk contest.
The 41st Kansas Shrine Bowl was close into the second half until the West squad pulled away on Saturday night.
Recalled fruits include fresh plums, peaches, nectarines, and pluots, according to Wawona packing Company, a California company that institu…
KDOT reports that the ramp is now open to all traffic and the incident has been cleared.
The employees sued in May 2012 after they were fired from the department.
Why the county fair keeps luring us back year after year.
A missing 61 year old woman with dementia has been found.
Cub two’s naming rights will be auctioned off at a community event in the next few weeks.
Home owners not crazy about construction plan.
A major water main break at 8th Street and Kansas Avenue has flooded that part of downtown Topeka.
Johnson tells Kansas First News this is a very fresh decision and that before deciding if they will go with another carrier they have to fig…
Walmart is adding a fifth location to the capital city.
6-4 vote eliminates one key element from last week’s discussions.
The university’s attorney has requested an extension past the July 31st date.
Giraffes have been identified as one of the most endangered of Africa’s iconic species.
On Monday night, Washburn Rural passed a vote to bring a unified sports program to the school.
One Monday, five of the Big 12’s ten coaches met with the media to talk about the upcoming college football season. The remaining five will …
The two suspects arrested for aggravated burglary and aggravated kidnapping have been identified.
A 29-year-old Oklahoma man has been sentenced to six years in prison for repeatedly stabbing a man outside a Topeka grocery store.