New foreclosure cases in Kansas and Missouri declined sharply in the third quarter from year-ago levels while rising slightly nationwide.
Has appointed a veteran Topeka attorney to a seat on the district court that considers challenges to state laws and agency actions.
Promoting peace in part of the African nation of Uganda will the focus of a one-day conference at Johnson County Community College next mont…
A new biofuels plant in southwest Kansas represents the future of ethanol production in the United States.
Photos of the scene in Seongnam, just south of Seoul, showed a deep concrete shaft under the broken grate.
A manufacturer of pipe fixtures says it will expand its warehouse in McPherson and add 100 jobs to the operation.
Accusing city officials of trying to force black residents to move out of the apartments.
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The body had been turned over to a medical examiner to confirm the identification and determine the cause of death.
Kansas First News Anchor Jared Broyles asked gubernatorial candidate Paul Davis tough questions on a myriad of topics.
An extremely rare event in the heavens this weekend.
Study finds Kansas one of the states hurting in rural areas.
The Kansas City Royals are going to the World Series, but how much is the gear for fans going to cost?
President may also name an “Ebola Czar” to coordinate US efforts to control the spread of the virus.
Construction of $140 million memorial in Washington, DC may finally get underway
Kansas City fans suddenly find their team in the World Series.
Appealed the Kansas Supreme Court’s decisions that vacated the death sentences of Reginald Carr, Jonathan Carr and Sidney Gleason.
Obama also notified top congressional officials of his move.
House Republicans demanded a travel ban from Ebola-ravaged West Africa Thursday.
A court judgment filed Wednesday orders the city to pay $921,657 — plus interest, court costs and attorney’s fees.
Police in Wichita are investigating the deaths of husband and wife as a double homicide.
On Tuesday Kansas First News reported how the Shawnee County Health Department is preparing for a possible Ebola case.
Dakota Loomis sent out a statement Thursday apologizing for the comment.