The Union Rescue Mission in Wichita is evaluating a decision to end a policy of providing a bed and food for the homeless with no strings at…
At least 38 people have died and 51 have been injured in crashes involving General Motors cars with defective ignition switches.
A 102-year-old Pittsburgh-area man has died a day after receiving the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award from the Boy Scouts of America.
After Rolling Stone acknowledged missteps in its reporting of an alleged gang rape on campus.
Kansas City leaders are working to shore up its recognition of same-sex marriages from other states.
On Dec. 7, 1941, the Imperial Japanese navy launched a surprise attack on the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii.
Kansas First News has crews at the scene and will update as additional information becomes available.
She was pronounced dead at the scene. Troopers are investigating.
Five SUV passengers and the car driver were treated.
No arrests have been reported.
The conservative Republican governor will be making his fourth appointment to the Court of Appeals.
Topeka Police are investigating an accident Sunday night involving a pedestrian being struck by a car.
Police continue investigating a gas station stabbing Sunday night.
The Arizona Cardinals beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon in Arizona.
The Topeka RoadRunners beat the Springfield Jr. Blues on Sunday night at Landon Arena.
The Kansas women’s basketball team beat 10th-ranked California on Sunday evening at Allen Fieldhouse.
Penwell-Gabel and others help make Topeka families holidays special with free Christmas trees.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal accident that occurred in Riley County Sunday morning.
The Los Angeles Galaxy beat the New England Revolution on Sunday afternoon to win the MLS Cup.
The Kansas State Wildcats (9-3) will take on the UCLA Bruins (9-3) in the Alamo Bowl in San Antonio on January 2.
Santa was also there to pass out candy canes for the kids.
“I feel like we should support what we feel is right.”
Nineteen people who became nauseous or dizzy were treated at local hospitals, and at least 18 were released shortly thereafter.