The organization honored its volunteers Monday and announced they raised $191,600.70 during the 2016 season.
A second grade class is helping pay for surgery for a dog who was abandoned and hurt.
Their endowments will provide a never ending revenue stream to fund four initiatives for Sabetha area students.
Safe stands for seat belts are for everyone and the program focuses on students educating their peers about buckling up.
The annual ticket giveaway is part of the Shriner’s mission to provide entertainment programs for children.
A Wichita man brightened up the holidays for a local military family, giving them a gift they never expected.
In the spirit of Christmas, one Topeka teacher is putting her art training to good use during this holiday season.
A few kids have their own pair of bike wheels to ride around town thanks to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas.
A Wichita police officer went beyond the call of duty after a family lost their home to a fire on Friday. It happened in the 2200 block of E…
A woman in Big Springs is relieved after her therapeutic fairy garden is back to normal after AT&T workers ruined it trying to install inter…
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – National Adoption Day saw twenty-five Kansas children officially welcomed into new, forever families on Saturday. The …
A Topeka LEGO team is getting ready to battle 50 other teams at a tournament in Lee’s Summit, Missouri on Saturday.
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Athletes of all skill levels took to the stairs in Topeka Saturday. The city played host to its fifth annual Tower and…
One week ago Erika Calderon’s therapy dog, Meaty, went missing… and it has led to an emotional week for both Meaty and Calderon.
Four-year-old Norah was grocery shopping with her mother late last month when she befriended an elderly man. Their relationship has since bl…
A local mother is thanking a Topeka non-profit for saving her live.
Friends are raising money for the families of four people who died.
The goal of the organization is to bring joy and stress relief to kids with illnesses