A judge has made it easier for a man to fight deportation after prosecutors say he posed for decades in the U.S. as his dead infant brother.
Washburn Institute of Technology shows off their new way to help keep its students on the cutting edge of medicine.
Watch KSNT News’ Natalie Davis interview Kansas Governor Sam Brownback about education funding, tax reform, states’ rights, and more.
A group on Facebook posted the stolen credit card information of two Topeka women and posted it on the site for everyone to see.
The state of Kansas’ proof of citizenship requirements are the center of a lot of controversy. Especially the Secretary of State’s latest ma…
Three Republicans who support Medicaid expansion have been removed from a Kansas House committee that oversees health care issues.
The suspect in a fire that killed two Kansas City firefighters is asking for a reduction in her $2 million cash bond.
She’s accused of writing $350,000 in checks to herself and using a company credit card to pay for such things as clothing, jewelry and hotel…
Kansas lawmakers automatically are getting an 8.5 percent raise in their per diem allowance.
Kansas is holding hearings on proposed changes to how how disabled Kansans receive services.
Even though the state of Missouri passed a law last year allowing the drug to be used for such issues.
A 43-year-old Lawrence woman has been charged with felony mistreatment of a dependent adult after allegedly stealing money from a woman for …
A 92-year-old man from Kansas has been killed in a two-car crash while traveling west on I-40 in St. Francis County.
Kansas volleyball lost for just the second time all season on Wednesday night in a Top Ten match against the Texas Longhorns.
Washburn will host No. 1 NW Missouri State on Saturday afternoon at Yager Stadium to wrap up the Ichabods season.
Cair Paravel high school’s Peyton Williams signed her national letter of intent on Wednesday afternoon.
Mother Nature reared her ugly head Wednesday, taking out power lines, starting fires and knocking down trees in the process.
Last week, students at Seitz Elementary School had the option of picking up a Bible distributed by Gideons International.