We have another bunch of adoptable pets to introduce to you. However, the first pet we would like you to meet needs your help first.
The Harlem Globe Trotters are coming to Topeka soon but one local elementary school got an early visit from Hoops Green.
Have a science question for Kyle? Every Tuesday he answers your questions LIVE on the air!
“It’s really helped me as a single mom.”
A KSNT News investigation found there have been 151 violent crimes in the Hi-Crest neighborhood in the last five years.
We have a bunch of adoptable pets for you to meet this week.
NET Reach came into Hi-Crest in 2013, as a beacon of hope for a community that faces poverty, crime and immense challenges.
KSNT News Morning Anchor Brittany Moore is in Memphis, Tennessee Wednesday morning, where she will be touring the St. Jude Hospital.
Every Tuesday morning, Meteorologist Kyle Borchert will answer a local student’s weather question live on the air!
In a surprise announcement Monday, Topeka Police Officer Darren Campbell was given the William H. Spurgeon Award.
“It’s like having a whole room full of grandma and grandpas all over again.”
The Washburn University Alumni Association and Foundation is announce Thursday a $1.5 million matching gift challenge to the new Indoor Prac…
“She just put her arms around me, she would frequently do that, she would put her arms around me and she said I love you grandma and I love …
Abigail Rebecca Medley, 17, of Topeka, passed away Saturday, January 27, 2018 in an automobile accident.
Funeral services have been set for a 17-year-old Topeka teen who died in a single-vehicle crash Saturday.
All of the animals featured this week are up for adoption, over at the Helping Hands Humane Society in Topeka.
A lost dog that made his way to the KSNT News studios has found his forever home.
KSNT News partnered with Sheridan’s and the show and Saturday night the unique crystal-themed custard was given away for free.