Saturday’s Miracle on Kansas Avenue Parade, Rescue Run, and Community Tree Lighting and have been postponed.
cold and icy weather threatens Black Friday shopping
Nearly 50 years of serving hot meals to the Topeka community and officials say it’s for one reason, and one reason only.
All students, whether they ride the bus or not, are taught how to safely escape a bus crash.
It’s a question many are split on: What makes the perfect Christmas tree? KSNT News went to find out.
Ever wonder what your child is really doing online? Here are some clues that could tell you they’re not playing it safe.
Lines are already starting to form for those Black Friday bargains, here’s how some local stores are preparing.
A loose manhole cover leaves one woman looking for a new car.
While most of the previous projects have been designed to bring new business downtown, this one is designed to attract people.
Last year’s event raised $3,000 and they expect to raise almost as much this year.
It’s been one week since the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, and as a result of that there’s a recent push to tighten security and shut-o…
Knowing even one person who works in or for a school district could ban you from ever being on a school board in Kansas.
Experts say the number of nearby earthquakes have increased exponentially in the last few years.
The CDC says that the United States’ most common STDs are back on the rise, but health officials say that’s not entirely true in Shawnee Cou…
A World War II veteran discovers the thank you letter he’s been carrying around for two years is from a 10-year-old girl who lives just a fe…
The official tree lighting ceremony will be on November 28.
Weekend Anchor and Reporter Brooke Lennington was “principal for a day” at McCarter Elementary School in Topeka.
A dog owner in Memphis was attacked and killed by his dog just hours after adopting it and only days after being at the shelter. What are th…
Last Wednesday that group issued a list of 15 demands for the University of Kansas to end discrimination.
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…