Photos of Saturday’s parade show a horse blanket with a Confederate-flag design draped over a horse’s saddle.
In mid-November, 170 employees were laid off. That came after another 165 employees were laid off in January.
Officials say its because the homes may not get paid for the care they provide.
The changes include electronic users to go through the tolls at normal highway speeds and cash travelers to exit for payment.
It’s called PEP, or post-exposure prophylaxis, and it can drastically reduce your chance of contracting HIV if started quickly. Unfortunatel…
Kansas State University President Richard Myers joins KSNT News Morning Anchor Brittany Moore on the show to discuss the campus climate foll…
“He’s a pillar of the church, and we’re going to miss him a lot.”
One man is in the hospital after a rollover accident in Jefferson County late Sunday evening.
The Washburn Ichabod basketball team held a basketball clinic for the Shawnee County Special Olympians.
The Topeka Police Department is investigating a shooting in East Topeka that occurred around 4:30 Sunday afternoon.
Nearly 2,000 Westar Energy customers were without power Sunday afternoon after a large outage spreading across parts of Jefferson and Dougla…
“Take the kids home, stay with the families, create an income and then I put the kids through college.”
A ferret species once thought to be extinct is making a modest comeback on the prairie.
“I think it shows the community cares!”
The Supreme Court ruled in October that state aid to public schools remains constitutionally inadequate
“I think it’s really important that a community, whatever religious belief you are, we celebrate them and welcome them into our community.”
Polson was going to read a prayer and hand out cookies to inmates at Lansing Prison.
The high school basketball season is officially underway.