The Lawrence Public Library has introduced a new way of bringing its books and programming into the community this summer.
Authorities are urging anyone with information to come forward.
On Sunday KSNT News got to hear from the Topeka man that road over 2,000 miles on a grueling bike trip to California on Route 66.
The mass shooting in Orlando, has some Kansans worried about their safety.
CHICAGO (AP) — The Baltimore brawl is over. Yordano Ventura is concentrating on finding his form for the Kansas City Royals. This was an awf…
Wichita is poised to declare a public emergency so a bar can properly celebrate its 20th anniversary.
The KCK police department and the family of a slain detective have thanked the community for the support they’ve received.
An 18-year-old Kansan has become the first woman in Kansas to enlist as a U.S. Army infantry soldier.
Legislators wanting to limit the power of courts to change how Kansas funds public schools could revive proposals for changing the state con…
Kansas has done a relatively weak job of making sure low-income students have nutritious food when school’s out, but progress is happening.
CHICAGO (AP) — A couple days ago, maybe the ball Cheslor Cuthbert hit in the third inning would’ve been caught at the warning track. On Satu…
The second “Capital City Family and Food Truck Festival” at Gage Park was held today. Hundreds of people gathered in the park to have a good…
TOPEKA (KSNT) – It’s on to the next level for a Shawnee Heights and Washburn product, as he got the call he was waiting two days to receive.…
A portion of the Arkansas River in Kansas is now part of the National Park’s Service National Water Trail system.
There’s a “baby boom” of cats underway at the Tanganyika Wildlife Park in Sedgwick County.
The special session starting on June 23 is likely to focus on whether wealthy school districts lose part of their aid to poorer ones.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose for the second consecutive week after a slide that lasted months.
The death of more than two dozen egrets in west Wichita is being investigated by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.