A sterling silver spoon that belonged to one of the Kansas Territory’s earliest settlers will now be kept at the state’s history museum.
Why the winning lottery numbers may not be in your future.
If you have a hidden talent waiting to be discovered, your chance could be coming up.
Says the city should consider tearing down abandoned properties in blighted areas to help reduce crime.
The fundraising campaign to build a new central library in downtown Wichita has received a $1 million gift from the Naftzger Fund for Fine A…
Authorities are trying to determine what caused an explosion and fire at a southwest Kansas business.
A woman who tried to flush drug money down a cell block toilet has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison for her role in a meth traff…
Brownback is proposing to use nearly $51 million in tobacco settlement funds normally set aside for children’s programs to help balance the …
A Kansas City museum has been awarded a $1 million grant for education programs.
There were several big high school basketball games throughout NE Kansas on Tuesday January 12, 2016.
The Kansas Shrine Bowl is one of the most prestigious games around the state of Kansas, as only the most talented senior football players ge…
KSNT News’ Political Analyst Dr. Bob Beatty discusses Kansas Governor Sam Brownback’s State of the State address.
Lottery ticket buyers have to suspend their belief in math to drop $2 on an infinitesimal chance to win the Powerball jackpot.
Multiple members of the Kansas Republican Party were quick to issue statements in response to President Barack Obama’s final State of the Un…
“Kansans continue to suffer while they put their personal political agenda first.”
That money was a gift to Walker and Dwayne Witacre from a friend who died not long before Christmas.
Announced Tuesday evening in a State of the State address that encouraged state legislators to enshrine such a policy into law.
2016 State of the State Address January 12, 2016