Tenants are frustrated over paying rent for units they can’t occupy.
The unnamed pup was born on May 5th.
A bake sale will be held throughout the day. KYEA will also sell t-shirts and discount cards to local restaurants.
Kansas lawmakers are now in day eight of overtime and still have no solution for the state’s $410-million shortfall.
Stories of heroism and honor were headlines as Kansas game wardens were recently honored for their work in 2014.
The auto shop donated $1,483.92 of labor and repair for free.
After 97 days of meetings and discussion so far this year, members of the Kansas Senate finally started debating their very first tax propos…
Dangerous intersection causes community to be concerned.
Kansas lawmakers are back from a four day break, but would you be surprised to learn they’re not getting right back down to the business of …
This year’s ceremony sends a special message to remember on Memorial Day.
They say the bacteria levels are now down and the water is safe to swim in.
An accident involving a FedEx truck and a motorcycle sent one person to the hospital Saturday morning with minor injuries.
The residents contacted the city and energy over a week ago, but the problem still hasn’t been solved. So KSNT News stepped in to help.
Here is a list of Memorial Day events happening around northeast Kansas this weekend.
Diverging Diamond Interchange for Geary County
Another day, another $43,000, and still no solution for the state’s $410 million shortfall.
None of the students were academically suspended and no one was expelled from the University.
Bills continue trickling out of the statehouse as of Wednesday, but there’s still been no progress on the state’s $410-million shortfall.
New mobile program gives students experience and helps non-profit shelters.
Despite months of discussion about how to close the state’s $410-million shortfall, lawmakers still aren’t getting anywhere.
An officer’s daughter attending K-State this fall is this year’s recipient of the RCPD’s annual scholarship.
Khadijah Davis from Topeka West H.S. is the Scholar Athlete of the Year.
The state is still more than $400-million short on revenue and lawmakers are now working overtime to agree on a solution.
Kansas has so far escaped the brunt of the Avian Flu outbreak, but state officials are don’t know if we can stay that way.
The changes throughout the years