Ed Broxterman, a Baileyville, Kansas native, was a member of the USA High Jump team at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta.
Emporia State football team has decided to put together an evening of events for law enforcement and bring the community together
A northeast Kansas man faces more than 30 years in prison after being convicted of sex crimes against children.
TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Job applications for the Dallas Police Department have tripled since the shooting there that killed five officers, acc…
The director of public works tells KSNT News there is one big thing the department looks at when deciding when a road needs to be worked on.
In an effort to continue improving the parking process for events at Arrowhead Stadium, the Chiefs have announced parking enhancements to be…
A top social services official says Kansas expects to ask the federal government soon to partially recertify its state mental hospital in Os…
State auditors say the Kansas Department for Children and Families is struggling to adequately oversee private foster care contractors.
A western Kansas county commissioner who was accused of offering to loan a stock trailer to a woman in August 2012 in exchange for her vote …
The number of Zika cases has gone up in Kansas. Last week, five cases were reported. Now, there are eight cases reported.
The reward for information in the July 2013 stabbing death of an Independence man has grown to $9,000.
The new building will be connected to the existing Indian Creek surgical building, which has seven operating rooms and 19 patient beds.
Investigators are trying to determine how a Kansas skydiver was separated from her parachute harness during a jump in Oklahoma.
Investigators are still determining what caused the fire and have not yet identified the victim.
A south-central Kansas school district is letting students use bathrooms matching their gender identity as a local task force explores the i…
Around 1,000 voters cast early ballots since the polls opened for advance voting, July 18.
KSNT News Political Analyst Dr. Bob Beatty is in Philadelphia this week and recaps the second day of the Democratic National Convention.
The city of Manhattan offers two ways to donate furniture.