Is your grocery bill eating up a large part of you budget? If so, you’re not alone.
Due to a student having a pocket knife out and visible in one of our 7th grade classrooms.
Lawmakers hustle to debate a number of bills before first major legislative deadline.
From comic books, movies, and video games, people from northeast Kansas gathered together for their love of everything science fiction.
EMPORIA (KSNT) – The game between the 22nd ranked Lady Hornets of Emporia State against Northeastern State had a bit more meaning to a speci…
Burning is very beneficial for providing better forage for cattle and helping the control of invasive species.
With no children of his own, 69-year-old Edward Greene was the stepfather of four children and a foster parent of six.
Thousands of retirees have been blind-sided over a plan to make deep cuts to their pensions.
“I’m excited about the opportunity to lead the Topeka Fire Department and enhancing service delivery to the community.”
Washburn University School of Law announced on Friday they they have been named the number 2 law school in the nation for government jobs by…
“For a lot of young women the price of prom is an obstacle.”
Being a student athlete is more than just playing a sport.
Wednesday a House committee pushed through a proposal to outlaw the controversial standards, but the public didn’t have a chance to weigh in…
…the university president shared concerns regarding students and faculty safety.
For years public schools in Kansas have gotten state funding based on the number of students they serve, but a proposal now before lawmakers…
We’ve got your back with some information about changes made recently at a Topeka elementary school.
When trout season starts most people go to the lakes, but by putting trout in creeks allows for smaller groups to come and enjoy fishing.
30 states already have laws that do that and because of what happened to Bledsoe, one lawmaker says it’s time for Kansas to create a law too…