Here are a few tips provided by the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office to remember to keep students and motorists safe.
Let’s take a look at when schools are back in session in northeast Kansas.
The Salvation Army handed out nearly 120 box fans.
52 cases of possible human trafficking were reported in Kansas in 2014, up from just 35 the year before.
Neighbors tell KSNT news this isn’t the first time those dogs had escaped the house.
Businesses in Manhattan are trying to help their employees get and stay healthy
With mandatory doctor visits for vaccinations and school athletics, a visit to the eye doctor may seem like overkill for your kids, but expe…
At Warehouse 414, you can check out work created by clients of the Family Service and Guidance Center.
Last year the Kansas Highway Patrol inspected nearly 11,000 school buses prior to the start of the academic year.
During Tuesday night’s meeting several council members voiced concerns that “copy-cat” nudists are now also popping up around the city.
A series of murals has been steadily growing on a quiet street near the Kansas Expocentre.
tackling tough issues facing their communities like alcohol, car safety and drugs.
More than 250 students admitted to experiencing homelessness.
Authorities are investigating a plane crash that occurred Friday morning east of Emmet that left one man with minor injuries.
Republican lawmakers block a request to audit the foster care system, Democrats maintain something needs to change.
An 8-year-old Baltimore boy who lost his limbs to a serious infection has become the youngest patient to receive a double-hand transplant.
The FDA is proposing yet another change to those little nutrition labels on your food products, this time they’re taking aim at sugar.
Two Topeka nursing homes and Washburn University’s School of Nursing are partners in a pilot program to improve care in nursing facilities.