Has led the Department of Commerce since Brownback took office in January 2011.
New model of health care delivery expands critical access to care as patient demand grows with Affordable Care Act and Kansas’ primary care …
The Kansas Office of Emergency Communications is hosting a conference to discuss the implementation of the National Public Safety Broadband …
The VA Eastern Kansas Health Care System wants feedback from veterans about health care access and quality.
The will be honored Wednesday at the Law Enforcement Center
The activities are part of a continuous, cooperative effort to keep passengers, the public and airport staff safe.
A 32-year-old Wichita man is charged with second-degree murder after a dispute over who owned a pit bull.
Patrons of Hoisington school district have approved an $11.5 million bond issue to build a new elementary school and fund other improvements…
The new law will allow targeted cuts and protect aid to public schools.
In many cities around the nation, poverty is an issue.
After closing early last summer, Emporia’s Camp Alexander is back open.
Brownback appointed 3 people on Tuesday: David Murfin, Daniel Thomas, D.D.S., and Dennis Mullin.
It will take place on Friday on the south steps.
Curtis Mitchell was charged with first-degree murder in the June 4 death of Tanya Tandoc.
Activists and community members talked about specific issues related to poverty.
See the damage a Topeka daycare is dealing with after vandals struck two times in the past four days.
Governor Sam Brownback maintains overall, there has not been a tax hike this year.
A California woman and her biological son have been sentenced to life in prison in the deaths of the son’s adoptive parents.
Voting on whether or not to raise the location option budget by three percent.
KSNT News will have the latest on KSNT News at 5 and 6.
Accused a downtown entertainment district of racial discrimination.
Charged with two counts of aggravated sexual battery, aggravated criminal sodomy and attempted aggravated criminal sodomy.
The Kansas Department of Revenue is dropping plans to change how it reminds residents to renew their vehicle tags.
Douglas County Sheriff’s investigators still trying to determine the cause of the crash.
The public awareness campaign seeks the attention of trafficking victims and community members who can identify suspicious activity.