The Kansas Board of Regents has appointed a search committee to help find the next president of Emporia State University.
The group was established in the 2014 session of the Kansas Legislature.
Kansas legislators and other officials are waiting to learn whether the state’s tax collections in April met expectations.
Kansas State University has awarded $500,000 in grants to faculty members who are researching way to boost food production as the world popu…
A Topeka man who was driving about 100 mph when he hit and killed a motorcyclist and fled the scene has pleaded guilty to two felonies.
A former Wichita school safety supervisor and police officer will stand trial on eight charges alleging he committed sex crimes against thre…
A 15-month-old has been flown to a hospital after being struck by a lawn mower in Leavenworth County.
Hutchinson police say five teenagers were arrested on suspicion of making threats against Hutchinson High School.
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation hold a community meeting on SW Topeka water playground.
About 50 people gathered at the bell tower on campus for a vigil Wednesday afternoon to pray for the victims affected by the earthquake.
You tell your kids to get good grades, study for those tests and try to get into college in order to succeed.
District yet to determine just how much of a property tax increase they will seek.
GOP lawmakers say re-considering income taxes already made is on the table.
Members expelled after posting video on social media mocking Muslims.
New system is being implemented statewide to make response times quicker and more accurate.
KSNT News has uncovered a new option that can help you have a safer swap.
The bill would prohibit state colleges from providing resources to groups for requiring leaders or members to profess certain religious beli…
Kansas prosecutors say there is not sufficient evidence to bring felony charges against Dallas Cowboys running back Joseph Randle after a do…
Here’s what the numbers in the latest available statistics show:
Allowed under a law passed after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks that was intended to fight terrorism and not for routine crime.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is now offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) involved.
So far, the summit has not been rescheduled.
Emergency crews arrived working for over an hour to locate and free the victim.
A judge has denied an attorney’s request for a new trial for a 20-year-old woman convicted of killing her 52-year-old roommate in Lawrence.
The three companies that comprise Kansas’ Medicaid system lost millions of dollars last year but not as much as the year before.