“Everyone’s really excited for their win and another Blue October.”
Boehner’s announcement comes as a shock to some, but it’s something one Kansas Congressman has long been calling for.
The troops are working multiple two hour shifts to make 1,500 apple pies.
Wednesday KSNT News’ Kaitlin Berry got an up close look at the planes and those who fly them in action, as the tankers of the 190th Air Refu…
A paraprofessional has been dismissed from the school after allegations of inappropriate texts, calls, and interactions with male students.
Two sons have turned what was once just a day of tragedy for a military family into a day of celebrations.
Tracking more rain chances before drier weather moves in over the first weekend of fall.
The book is the number one “Frequently Challenged Book” by parents nationwide
It’s been more than seven years since the last time a pope visited the United States.
We first told you about one driver’s problem with a falling piece of concrete more than a week ago. After our reports aired the railroad com…
A special 15 member committee has been appointed to craft a brand new school finance formula.
This weekend-long event has grown a lot since it started last year.
You don’t need to be swept away by a tornado to get to OZ, or follow a yellow brick road either. Just take Highway 24.
The march is one of a series of events taking place this fall for the 60th anniversary of Rosa Parks’ famous civil rights bus ride.
Hospitals say issues with high deductibles, lower reimbursements for Medicare, and limited state Medicaid programs are to blame.
To his mother Nicolya Jones he was, “Honest, joyful, silly.”
A voter-led initiative to lessen the penalties for first time marijuana offenders is now being scrutinized by the Kansas Supreme Court, Kans…
The OZ Museum is hosting a free concert at the Columbian Theatre on Sept. 25, at 8:30 p.m. to kick-off the weekend full of OZtoberFest activ…