A speeding sign in Arkansas City, Kansas is gaining attention from drivers.
A legislative proposal to legalize fantasy sports leagues in Kansas wouldn’t violate a ban on private lotteries in the state constitution
The importance of being able to deliver accurate forecasts and in different ways was the topic of a U.S. Senate hearing this week.
The FBI says it was a Kansas man who died after driving a car through a gate and into the parking lot of the National Weather Service on the…
KSN-TV viewers submit photos of the severe weather in Kansas.
Turkey hunters take note: an award could be in your future before season’s end.
A Jetmore man has been charged by the Kansas Attorney General’s office with first degree murder in a baby’s death.
Riley County judge honored for his advocacy work on behalf of crime victims.
Manhattan Hospital now becomes ‘Via Christi’
Recall due to door latch problem.
Farmers are already suffering from problems related to continuing drought.
Police say there have been two incidents of counterfeit $100 bills being used in Junction City this week.
Sen. Moran is a sponsor of a bill to permanently extend tax incentives for donating food.
The Colmery-O’Neil Medical Center ER is waiting on federal approval to re-open.
Most activity in western Kansas early Friday evening.
Many homes in Northeast Kansas don’t have basements or adequate storm shelters, so KSNT News looked into what options homeowners have for st…
A Topeka man imprisoned for his estranged wife’s killing has been ordered to pay more than $43,000 to his former mother-in-law.
A California woman could go on trial next spring on charges of killing of her biological son’s adoptive parents in southeast Kansas.
Dissemination of the information is limited for use in preparing for trial.
A rural Leavenworth man has been sentenced to seven years and three months in prison for the shooting death of another man in 2013.
A Derby dog owner is calling it a miracle, after she was reunited with her 4-year-old dog, Lucy.
A last-ditch effort to save a 135-year-old Queen Anne Victorian that had been used as offices for the Kansas Department of Labor has failed.
A south-central Kansas man suspected of setting a series of seven grass fires has been arrested.
The Kansas Legislature has used hundreds of millions of dollars from the State Highway Fund to pay from general government expenses.
The number of people arrested in a phony driver’s license scheme in suburban Kansas City has swelled to 40.