Some residents in Jefferson County are entering day two of a boil Advisory.
For many summertime means a lot of time off, but for the Topeka Community Blood Center, these months mean a shortage of blood.
The Topeka Police Department is attempting to identify suspects involved in a recent cred card skimming incident.
Topeka’s Easterseals Capper Foundation’s Adult Services Program hosted their 4th annual awards ceremony.
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A donkey rescue group based out of San Angelo, Texas was at the Topeka Zoo Tuesday showing kids how sweet and kind the animals can be.
On June 16 until June 18 KSNT volunteered in the Topeka community to celebrate the company’s 21st anniversary.
“I don’t need a lot of credit,” said Noah, “I just want diabetes cured.”
You can get the adoption process started today at Helping Hands in Topeka.
At the end of the month 126 sets of tires were sold to write a check for $1,260 for Family Service and Guidance Center.
This year’s National Night Out is taking place on Saturday, August 5.
The sightings of the eaglets have prompted numerous phone calls.
The city will have four days of celebration beginning on Thursday June 15 and ending on Sunday June 18.
Two workers with Kansas Wildlife, Parks & Tourism helped save a woman at a northeast Kansas lake after her kayak overturned.
The challenge benefits the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Northeast, Kansas. The objective was to pull an 80,000 pound plane 50 feet in …
KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Vanessa Alonso was in Wamego Thursday for the Wamego Public Library’s Touch A Truck event.
Zoo Director Brendan Wiley suggests if anyone wants to say goodbye to the tiger to do so by Sunday, June 11th.
The fifth annual “Driving Hope for Homeless Kids” Golf Tournament was Thursday afternoon, raising money for the Topeka Rescue Mission.