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A popular program that helped the homeless get back on their feet will come to an end on Monday.
C.J. Hamilton and Ed Delk were inducted into the Topeka-Shawnee County Sports Council Hall of Fame on Thursday.
After Kansas recorded 56 earthquakes between last October and April, the governor appointed a three-member task force to address the issue.
What would an outdoor festival be without heat, humidity and the threat of rain and lightning.
Trust Women on Thursday released a copy of a notice from the Federal Election Commission about the agency’s dismissal this week of the compl…
Joel Embiid didn’t have to wait long to hear his name called as the former Jayhawk is drafted No. 3 overall by the Philadelphia 76ers.
Andrew Wiggins of the Jayhawks becomes the first player from KU drafted No. 1 overall since Danny Manning in 1988.
U.S. Senator Jerry Moran issued the following statement to Kansas First News on Thursday upon learning of the death of former U.S. Senate Ma…
The government wants to dramatically reduce the allowable height of potentially thousands buildings near airports around the country.
In 1996, Baker remarried, taking as his bride Kansas Sen. Nancy Landon Kassebaum, who was about to retire from the Senate after serving thre…
Supreme Court weakens the president’s power to fill positions while Senate is in recess.
General Motors announces massive recall of the popular Chevy Cruze, citing problem with airbags.
Don’t let Fourth of July fireworks send you to the emergency room.
The cubs are still on track to make their debut to the public around the first week of August.
Washburn University unveiled plans to add a new video board to Yager Stadium.
Report says we got rain, just not enough.
U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 55-year-old Cynthia Bright of Girard pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to one count of bank fraud.