One year after a crushing defeat at Chambers Bay, Dustin Johnson is atop the leaderboard at the U.S. Open.
Pets are considered part of the family to a lot of owners and keeping them hydrated and cool during the hot weather is very important.
TOPEKA, Kan, (KSNT) – With as hot as it’s been, emergency responders are taking precautionary measure for upcoming summer events. The July 2…
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas rose by 10 to 424, marking the third-consecutive week the count has increased.
A woman from Linwood has been sentenced to more than nine years in prison for causing a deadly crash while using meth and prescription drugs…
Stargazers, from casual novices to astronomers with heavy-duty telescopes, have found Kansas provides a number of prime places for stargazin…
The VA announces changes. Is it enough? Approximately 22 veterans a day commit suicide, according to a report released in 2012.
While most Kansas lawmakers are arguing over increasing state aid to public schools, one House member would eventually cut it by 20 percent.
The Kansas Board of Regents has voted not to raise the salaries of five of the six state university CEOs for fiscal 2017.
Harris Enterprises and publisher of The Hutchinson News, announced Friday that the company’s newspapers are up for sale.
The legislature’s attempt to build support for an increase in state aid to poor school districts stalled as lawmakers demanded assurances th…
The Kansas City Chiefs first day of training camp will be on Saturday, July 31.
A central Kansas sheriff’s office is investigating the death of a woman in Barton County.
Officials say people, pets and livestock should not drink the water and should avoid swimming, wading or skiing.
A man from White City has died after a train and combine accident Thursday night southwest of White City.
The Shawnee County Health Agency has started a ‘Dump Day’ campaign to control the mosquito population in the area.
Game Seven of the NBA Finals will be on Sunday night at 7:00 p.m. CT on ABC.
The attorney for a former lottery official accused of fixing jackpots argued that his client’s conviction last year on fraud charges should …