It’s all part of Global Entrepreneurship Week at Jardine Middle School.
It’s been almost four months since the videos implicating Planned Parenthood in the sale of fetal tissue first surfaced, but Pro-Life Activi…
A weekend for sightseeing turns into a night he will never forget.
Paris attacks testing KSU procedures when looking after students studying abroad.
“It has been an honor and privilege to serve the community through the ministry of Topeka Habitat.”
This week KSNT News had a chance to sit down with Governor Sam Brownback for an exclusive interview. During that interview the governor defe…
Veterans who fought for our freedom are now saying they’re having trouble simply catching the bus.
Washburn Institute of Technology shows off their new way to help keep its students on the cutting edge of medicine.
A group on Facebook posted the stolen credit card information of two Topeka women and posted it on the site for everyone to see.
The state of Kansas’ proof of citizenship requirements are the center of a lot of controversy. Especially the Secretary of State’s latest ma…
VA criticized for $142 million bonuses to employees
A recent “Career Builder” study shows almost a third of veterans surveyed say they are under-employed or in low paying jobs.
Annual Veterans Day parades are held in northeast Kansas.
KSNT News spoke with Cook at his Topeka office Wednesday morning where he is busy getting the arena ready for this weekend’s “Blizzard Bash.…
The United States Congress has passed a measure banning the transfer of any detainees from the US prison in Guantanamo Bay to US soil, but t…
“Those programs were lifesaving.”
How are child care facilities licensed? And how often are they inspected?
“Especially with that specific fraternity I definitely think that there needs to be more of a foot out down.”