A woman in Manhattan received help after KSNT News ran a story about the worries she had with her apartment unit.
While the state struggles to keep up with incoming KanCare applications, thousands of Kansans wait in limbo with no coverage on medication, …
An Emporia State student, Clarrissa Childress, went to the hospital Friday evening after a hookah session with her friends.
The doors open at 9am Friday, February 26 for Equifest of Kansas – a three-day exposition for horse owners and horse enthusiasts.
Is an overly tired, overworked 911 operator endangering your family? KSNT News uncovers the unbelievable demands being made on some emergenc…
A comment from Sanders insinuated Brownback ‘likes to beat up on the poor’ referring to recent changes to the state’s welfare requirements.
One man’s personal backyard church on Southwest 33rd Street has become the center of conflict between neighbors and the city.
A 36-year-old Topeka man will spend more than eight years behind bars for his part in a shooting last summer in the Hi-Crest Neighborhood.
Among the 139 semifinalists for the 2016 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award.
Doug McCollum was helping his son look for a missing lock key on the playground at McClure Elementary School Monday night when he found some…
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.