Current manager resigning after 12-year stint
Organizers of Country Stampede say water releases from Tuttle Creek Dam won’t affect 2015 celebration.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – During the city council meeting this week, officials announced that water at Heartland Park had been shut off. But not befor…
Congregations all over the country are on edge, questioning how a horrific shooting could happen in a church of all places
After July 1 Kansas will offer an expanded definition of “covered farm vehicles” that brings the state in compliance with federal law.
Expectation is request by Brooke Dinkel will be rejected
Sean Dow’s accused of molesting four female students where he taught music.
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A Missouri man accused of killing three people at two Kansas Jewish sites is asking for $200,000 to defend himself in hi…
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Board of Regents is limiting increases in tuition and fees at state universities this fall to 3.6 percent aft…
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ new education commissioner says employers across the state are telling him that students need to be learning m…
Brooke Dinkel was sentenced in 2014 to 14 years in prison for rape.
Month-long enforcement surge nets 280 people for various crimes.
This day encourages people to take public transportation instead of driving their vehicles.
Counties have begun assessing flood damage, but are now struggling to pay for repairs.
Are roadside memorials legal?
Governor uses proclamation to encourage understanding for those returning from multiple military deployments.
We investigate reports of a Topeka store illegally selling fireworks.
Lets them post bond pending their trial on the charges.
The seven retiring officers had 200 years of combined experience in police work.
A new nationwide high-speed wireless broadband network.
You could be buying food that the federal government says isn’t as healthy to eat as you might think.
Residents on Tecumseh Road had to detour around work to repair a gas line for several hours Wednesday.
If you know where this man is, call Crime Stoppers at 785- 234-0007 or if you live outside Shawnee County, call 1-800-KS-CRIME.
Owners of a Kansas City, Kansas, store have pleaded guilty to defrauding a federal food stamp program out of more than $227,000.
A jury says neither the Kansas City Royals nor a man who was hurt when he was struck in the eye by a foil-wrapped hot dog were at fault in t…