Who has the key to the car?
Thousands of people along with classic cars and vendors filled Quincy Street in Downtown Topeka for Eagle 99.3 Cruise Night on Saturday May …
Meadows Elementary School took part in a one mile walk run.
The city’s two new sub-stations are officially open as of Friday.
what you can expect this year compared to last year
Look out for firefighters in Topeka intersections asking for donations.
Students took part in Washburn Tech’s Youth Career Days
continued decease for birth rates
Experience the excitement, splendor, and majesty of the Gala of the Royal Horses for the first time as the show makes its U.S. debut.
KSNT News has uncovered a new option that can help you have a safer swap.
5 year old Macey Hensley was back on the show to talk about the White House.
Many residents wonder why it took so long to find the leak and now they also worry what a spill that large means for public health.
What a change would mean .
KSNT News takes a closer look at the budget of Topeka’s largest school district.
Helping loved ones thousands of miles away
St. Francis Health partnered with the program this year.
The Sunflower Soccer Association celebrated its grand opening at a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday afternoon.
Many homes in Northeast Kansas don’t have basements or adequate storm shelters, so KSNT News looked into what options homeowners have for st…
The hacker claims they are “Team System Dz” and are in support of the Islamic State stating “Islamic State will restore dignity for Muslims.…
Safe Kids Kansas hands out free bike helmets, runs fun activities to teach safety.
Kansas is expected to be nearly $400-million in the hole by the end of the 2016 budget and now legislators are facing a tough reality.
The Shawnee County Treasurer Motor Vehicle Annex office will be closed for business on Friday due to the City of Topeka network being down.
At a time when school districts across the state are figuring out where to make cuts, one Topeka school is considering adding an expense, pa…
After 10 years of planning and saving money, the city is finally ready to tackle the first phase.
More than 30 license plates gone in just a few weeks’ time. Stolen on quiet streets from un-suspecting drivers.