TOPEKA (KSNT) – For nearly four years the City of Topeka has been slowly expanding its system of bike routes and bike lanes. The system is m…
Jackson County and the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority have announced the $52 million purchase of a rail corridor.
A same-sex couple is seeking to force the KDHE to issue a birth certificate listing both women as the parents of their baby boy.
A Kansas judge ruled there is enough evidence to try a 27-year-old for capital murder and rape in the death of a woman who was set on fire a…
Kansas collected $31 million less in taxes than anticipated last month, a shortfall that could tighten the state’s budget picture.
Children’s advocacy centers in Kansas will receive more than a million dollars in state funding for 2016.
You’re invited to take a terrifying trek at an annual event at Milford State Park in Junction City.
Kansas lawmakers are grappling with the state’s possible response to new federal rules aimed at reducing carbon emissions from power plants.
A moratorium on involuntary hospital admissions will continue at Osawatomie State Hospital as mandated renovations are wrapping up.
Tracking even cooler weather over the upcoming weekend – complete with October sunshine.
A homeless woman previously sentenced to life in prison in the killing of a Topeka homeless advocate is expected to be released soon.
A recently released affidavit says a man charged in a Lawrence killing laughed about the victim bleeding to death.
A preliminary hearing is beginning for a man charged in the death of a woman who was raped and set on fire at a Wichita park.
One of two northeast Kansas twin brothers has been sentenced to 15 years in federal prison for his role in a multistate marijuana-traffickin…
A report released Thursday forecasts sluggish growth in the state next year as well.
The Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago White Sox 5-3 in 10 innings on Wednesday night.
It took eight rounds of penalty kicks, but Sporting Kansas City captured the U.S. Open Cup title on Wendesday night.
Unlike national chains, local stores have been hit-and-miss with getting the technology they need to stay compliant with federal regulations…