“We’re going to have to start paying attention and having others pay attention and know your neighbors and get involved,” said Topeka City C…
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While there was no visible fire, paramedics took two stretchers into First Christian Apartments at 3805 SW 18th St.
Topeka Police received a call after a teen threw a butcher knife at her sister Friday morning.
News outlets across the country are retracting reports that Tom Petty is dead. Media organizations, including Rolling Stones, USA Today and …
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Kansas emergency workers are headed home Monday after spending a week helping with hurricane relief. Four Kansas swift…
The pigs, valued at $30,000, were killed after flames erupted late Saturday night in a barn owned by F & R Swine of rural Dwight, Kan.
Solar eclipse glasses recall hits Northeast Kansas, including those distributed by KSNT and Fox 43.
The Kansas Association of Broadcasters has named KSNT.com Best Station Website for the third year in a row.
Both lanes of I-470 are open but traffic moving slowly.
The city’s averaging a violent killing every 11 days, and the interim police chief is telling people not to be anxious.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has allowed a bill designed to keep concealed guns out of public hospitals and mental health centers to become law…
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has signed into law a measure to increase the state’s funding on public schools in response to a court mandate. Br…
The driver of a semi-truck was injured after being trapped under the tractor for nearly 30 minutes while trying to fix his brakes.
Emergency crews responded Friday morning to an accident involving a school bus and three or four other vehicles
The director of Emporia State University’s early education center has resigned following allegations of misconduct at the facility.
The all clear was given at 2:35 with employees able to return back to work at the Docking State Office Building and the Kansas Insurance Dep…
Jurors found a northeast Kansas man not guilty of assaulting a 13-year-old girl in a rural cemetery near Holton.
Doctors learned at the meeting their contracts would not be extended past 90 days, an employee told KSNT News.