Faces up to 20 years in prison when she’s sentenced in January.
An Excelsior Springs teenager has been charged in connection with the fatal shooting of a former classmate in North Kansas City last month.
KSNT News anchor Natalie Davis sat down with political analyst Dr. Bob Beatty after her exclusive interview with Governor Brownback.
On Thursday afternoon, Bill Self addressed the media about the status of freshman Cheick Diallo’s NCAA eligibility heading into the season.
Matt Turnley from Manhattan High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
On Thursday night, Major League Baseball announced Royals DH Kendrys Morales is the Silver Slugger award winner
The Emporia State Hornets will take on the win-less Nebraska-Kearney Lopers on Saturday afternoon at Welch Stadium.
Three more area high school athletes signed their letters of intent on Thursday afternoon and their respective schools.
Courtesy: Wichita State Athletics MAUI, HAWAII-– The Maui Jim Maui Invitational today announced the Championship Round field for the 2017 To…
The data your teen doesn’t want you to see.
The groups argue that academic institutions should remain “as safe and weapon-free as possible for students, faculty, staff, parents and com…
A memorial was dedicated Thursday in Kansas City to the 114 people killed 34 years ago in one of the nation’s worst structural disasters.
Several members of a group known as Rock Chalk Invisible Hawk took to the stage with signs and demanded action from the school.
Prosecutors say he used false claims to win government contracts for work targeting businesses owned by disabled military veterans.
A judge has made it easier for a man to fight deportation after prosecutors say he posed for decades in the U.S. as his dead infant brother.
Washburn Institute of Technology shows off their new way to help keep its students on the cutting edge of medicine.
Watch KSNT News’ Natalie Davis interview Kansas Governor Sam Brownback about education funding, tax reform, states’ rights, and more.
A group on Facebook posted the stolen credit card information of two Topeka women and posted it on the site for everyone to see.