Two Kansas City men have been charged with fatally shooting two men and wounding a third.
A Kansas House committee has approved a proposal to give uniformed corrections officers in state prisons a 2.5 percent pay raise later this …
A Wichita man has pleaded guilty in a drunken driving crash that killed three people and injured two others.
The Kansas House has rejected a proposal to give the governor and legislators more control over appointments to the state Supreme Court.
KSNT News Political Analyst Dr. Bob Beatty was at the Iowa presidential caucus on Feb. 1 and gave us a behind-the-scenes look.
A mason working on a Kansas university building has found an 88-year-old handwritten note that gives a glimpse into the lives of laborers in…
A Kansas House committee is preparing to debate proposals for closing a projected deficit of almost $200 million in the state’s next budget.
Former Kansas Sen. Bob Dole has donated $20,000 to help pay for a camp for children with cancer in central Kansas.
A former Olathe high school teacher accused of having sex with a 16-year-old student has pleaded guilty in the case.
Police say a Connecticut man shaved his head and took weight loss pills to convince people he had stage 3 brain cancer and collect thousands…
The Kansas Jayhawks used a big second half to pull away from Kansas State in the first ‘Sunflower Showdown’ basketball game of the season.
The Washburn men’s and women’s basketball teams lost to Pitt State on Wednesday night.
The Emporia State women’s basketball team beat Missouri Southern on Wednesday night. The men’s team lost in overtime.
Gregg Marshall won his 221st game with Wichita State on Wednesday night, making him the winningest coach in Shockers history.
While the court has been under construction, hearings and court business have been held in the basement of the municipal building across the…
Wednesday was National Signing Day throughout the country, and several area athletes signed their National Letters of Intent.
Eddie Tipton is awaiting trial on charges alleging he fixed jackpots worth millions in Kansas and other states between 2005 and 2011.
Right now there are 286 public school districts in the state of Kansas, but a bill lawmakers are considering would force smaller districts t…