Dr. Ethan Schmidt, a graduate of both KU and Emporia State University, is celebrated for his continued contributions to the community.
“We need more people to fill all of the new openings.”
The best Kansas teachers in the region gathered for the Kansas Teacher of the Year Awards Sunday afternoon.
The internationally acclaimed comedian and ventriloquist is debuting two new specials this fall and loading up the bus with his cast of char…
In a game that was continued from Thursday, Emporia State outscored Central Missouri 21-10 on Saturday to post a 45-34 win and snap a 13 gam…
KSNT News has now learned falling debris from a railroad bridge has damaged other vehicles in the past.
“It’s always hard, we think of him every day particularly this day.”
Flags are flying at half-staff today across the Sunflower State to commemorate the 14th anniversary of 9/11.
Among the items stolen was a camera with about 200 photographs, including some of the couple’s son, who died last October hours after his bi…
One Topeka man learned the hard way that sometimes the greatest hazard comes from above, in this case concrete falling from a bridge as he p…
Hundreds of motorcycles will take to the road this Saturday
One woman in Topeka wants a new restroom in her park after a county department demolished it. But the county says no.
More than 120 car windows shot out with a BB gun over the weekend. Now three Junction City teenagers are behind bars facing multiple charges…
“It’s been a very difficult couple of days to listen to people degrade what I know and love and what we know and love…”
“I fully believe like K-state did not intend that to happen at all”
That data shows only a quarter of all students in the 8th and 10th grades are considered college and career ready in math, and only a third …
Harvesters says the donation will provide an additional 750,000 meals in five years.
Members of the tribe would say that last season was a letdown, even though they finished with a 7-2 record.
Planned time is very very important to teachers success and to students success
The Kansas State Fair has announced plans to begin reviewing applications for the fair’s general manager position.
The pairing was made possible through a nonprofit, believed to be the only one of its kind in the United States
Junction City is coming back from a successful 2014 campaign, one in which they saw themselves in the playoffs for the first time since 2010…
After a deadly crash this past summer that was caused by flash flooding, KTA officials are looking to make sure travelers are safer.
The goal of the Topeka West project is to show students how they can impact a community through various projects.
Without the pledge, no ticket