Ed Broxterman, a Baileyville, Kansas native, was a member of the USA High Jump team at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Job applications for the Dallas Police Department have tripled since the shooting there that killed five officers, acc…
The Kansas Shrine Bowl will be on Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. from Welch Stadium in Emporia.
A Topeka man reached out to KSNT saying that his water bill skyrocketed after the city installed a new water meter at his home.
A Rossville girl saved her dad’s life at just four years old. Her quick actions now have her family calling her a true hero.
Things seem to be back on track for Kansas schools and parents are expected to be spending more on school supplies this year.
The Kansas Babe Ruth State Championship Tournament kicked off Friday, which made Junction City the hot spot for youth baseball
The Mid-Plains League isn’t possible without some people outside of the dugout
A trail to promote African-American history at Kansas sites has received a grant for more than $134K from the Institute of Museum and Librar…
The men and women who protect us every day are taking measures to also protect themselves.
An 8-year-old child reaches out to help a mail carrier.
Zaldy Doyungan goes head-to-head against Emporia State school-record holder Duke Tibbs in a 400-meter race.
Storms that blew through Riley and Pottawatomie Counties left behind damage.
For median removal on Wanamaker and modification to the roadway profile in the intersection.
As the last season of the program concluded this past year, as you might guess, emotions were running high within the tight unit
State officials, law enforcement and victim service members are meeting at a human trafficking conference in Manhattan, Kansas to discuss st…
When it comes to traffic stops, there is only one thing that matters to both the officer and driver at the end of it all: Getting home safe.
Ian Trevethan who is the Outreach Coordinator for the Sternberg Museum of Natural History at Fort Hays University is bringing back the recon…