Thousands of unemployed and impoverished Kansans may soon be getting back on their feet, all thanks to a federal grant that will expand stat…
Testimony before a House committee wrapped up Thursday on a bill to expand the state’s privatized Medicaid program, known as KanCare.
daughter speaks after find her mother shot dead
USD 501 robotics program is still running strong
Even though Obamacare is now a law, more than 150 thousand Kansans are still without medical insurance.
The Downtown Branch of the YMCA has re-opened the swimming pool, and it’s already making a splash.
Employees won prizes for the guessing the total number of cans used for the structure.
Reverend Philip Hollis, Pastor of Faith Family Life Center in Topeka, was killed in a motorcycle accident last Friday.
KSNT News’ very own Natalie Davis emceed the event and new this year to the competition was the crowning of the very first Little Ms Wheelch…
10,700 was raised through sponsorships, donations, ticket sales and tips.
If you’re one of the many people taking advantage of this beautiful spring weather by running, biking or walking – you might want to read ah…
Topeka’s 36th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day celebration starts on Saturday in true St. Patty’s Day tradition.
Now that the house has given its initial approval on a bill to overhaul the current school finance formula, there’s even more concern from p…
More than 100 angry Kansans stormed the Statehouse Wednesday, upset that lawmakers aren’t listening to their concerns.
Teresa Leslie-Canty of Topeka High School was nominated by 13 of her students.
A Topeka woman who has more than 40-years dedicated to education has been honored.
“Topeka has a lot of amazing talent, a lot of incredible people here, but they’ve just never had a place to gather.”
A racially offensive video from a fraternity at of the University of Oklahoma has sparked outrage nationwide.
As the plan got its first review, lawmakers got an earful.
Manhattan wrapped up its eighth year of “Fake Patty’s Day” celebrations early Sunday morning.
The winner will receive a scholarship and have a chance to meet with the President of the United States.
The women will be presented with a yellow rose in appreciation for their service.
Although recent signs of job growth are encouraging to some, many who are still looking for work are down-right frustrated.
Kansas lawmakers are finally unveiling details about the future of public education funding, and many educators are still not happy.
Safety concerns for students while on campus.