After falling from a five-story balcony a Reading woman says she is just happy to be alive.
How the local community was able to give thousands a merry Christmas
Teen booked into jail for stabbing death
Last Holiday Millionaire Raffle ticket sold Christmas morning
No one injured in Wednesday morning fire
Santa Claus proves that he is real by provided a Christmas for a man who is need, with the help of the Topeka Rescue Mission.
what everyone is looking for during the last holiday push
A Christmas surprise comes at the best time
Kansas holds the title for the sickest state in 2014.
Crash involved an SUV and semi-tractor trailer
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) – A suburban Kansas City lawmaker is proposing a measure that would allow terminally ill patients to use medications that…
Berkeley is about two miles from Ferguson.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – Tis the season….Flu season, that is. “We do dread it every year, because we know the numbers with be up,” says Stormont Vail…
How scammers are posing as the RCPD and how to avoid it
A subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc. has completed its acquisition of optical network device company Oplink Communications Inc.
They have reopened all lanes of I-70 at Colby and Goodland.
From the hand of a dying woman last year in the drive-thru of a fast-food restaurant.
Lawrence health care attendant who is charged in the killing of man with cerebral palsy told authorities the victim wanted to die.
To handle criminal justice issues and named new chairmen for two other panels.
A petition filed late Monday contends the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals overlooked certain issues when it sided against the states in Novemb…
More than 130 farmers markets across the state are economic engines for communities.
Student who displayed the “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” gesture while Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon was giving a speech.
Was arrested earlier this month in Salina, Kansas, when police there learned of her warrants during a traffic stop.
A Topeka man has been ordered to serve a life sentence with no chance of parole for 50 years in a 2012 killing.
Officials say they are often detrimental to the department’s cases.