Federal authorities are allowing Kansas State University-Salina to fly unmanned aircraft across the state under several restrictions.
After work began on $3 million worth safety improvements.
A Kansas House committee has rejected a bill that would give retired teachers and government workers small increases in their pension benefi…
Following Monday’s basketball game in Bramlage Coliseum.
A Manhattan and Topeka educator are on a statewide list calling them “Master Teachers.”
A Kansas House committee has recommended cutting all funding for the Parents as Teachers program, which would end the program.
A Kansas Senate committee is considering a bill to cancel the state’s 2016 presidential primary as lawmakers face key deadlines.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s office says Mia Foster turned herself in after seeing herself featured on KSNT News as a Northeast Kansas Most …
A Lawrence police officer is suspended after being arrested on charges related to domestic violence.
Authorities say an argument over money led one man to stab another man in Hutchinson earlier this week.
In the early stages of developing a hub where freight could be transferred between the highways and railroads.
The city of Topeka says any new operator of Heartland Park Topeka will have to make more than $7 million in improvements.
Fire officials say a fire in north-central Kansas that killed a toddler was started by a child playing with a lighter.
Topeka family wants daughter remembered after being hit by car
Some state lawmakers say the Secretary of State should not be allowed to prosecute voter fraud.
KSNT News wanted to know if technology such as camera phones and social media has led to an increase of fighting in schools. Boy, were we su…
Fan, not identified as a student, send apology to student newspaper.
The family of a 5-year-old rape victim says they are living in a nightmare.
Safety precautions K-State administration is taking for visiting teams.
We’re told stress was a major factor in freshman legislator Representative Basil Dannebohm’s decision to step down, and there certainly is n…
Bill for the first time passes on to full House vote.
Students who entered the U.S. illegally would be barred from receiving in-state tuition under a bill in the Kansas Legislature.
The Kansas Senate has advanced Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s proposal to give his office the power to prosecute election fraud cases.
A new government report shows the value of principle Kansas crops plummeted last year to $6.51 billion.
The unveiling ceremony is scheduled for 1:30 Tuesday at Elizabeth’s in Atchison.