Vets at the VA Medical Center in southwest Topeka had some visitors Sunday.
A Manhattan favorite restaurant and bar is abruptly closing after more than 25 years. Rusty’s Outback announced its closing doors on Faceboo…
A group of people in Newton have come together to raise funds for a high school athlete’s letterman jacket.
Three local Girl Scouts visited the KSNT News studios Friday to preview cookies for the upcoming season.
Remember Zelda the ferret who received a pacemaker during a surgery at Kansas State University?
Two bills to be introduced to the Kansas Senate aim to put a stop to distracted driving with a cell phone.
Previous attempts to get marijuana legalized in Kansas have failed before in the past.
The Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka surprised a high school senior Monday with the 2017 Youth of the Year Award.
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is pointing the finger at The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) for a dela…
The fundraiser ran all day Saturday, outside two Topeka Dillions locations.
Dog stops by second grade class to thank students for paying for dogs life-saving surgery.
It’s not your typical welcome to class, but it sure is entertaining.
Many kids grow up playing a sport they love, for Northern Heights senior Austin Korte, that sport was basketball.
Jill Skowronski opened her mail Tuesday, to find birthday cards slit open. A relative typically sends her cash, but there was nothing inside…
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office is investigating cases where frozen water bottles may have been thrown at unsuspecting drivers’ vehicles…
The public was invited to the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library to meet with members of the Topeka Police Department.
The Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University has conducted its first-ever surgical implant of a heart pacemaker in a ferret.
The organization honored its volunteers Monday and announced they raised $191,600.70 during the 2016 season.