Many residents wonder why it took so long to find the leak and now they also worry what a spill that large means for public health.
Kansas Highway Patrol Troopers are hoping to catch the person who recently tried to sabotage the wheels on their patrol cars.
What a change would mean .
Attorney General rules State Budget Director did nothing wrong in sending budget cut proposal to lobbyist from his private account.
In connection with the November death of a former Oregon resident.
The state’s auditing agency says that the cost of civilly committing sexual predators for treatment in Kansas will double during the next 10…
A Manhattan man’s luck ran out Monday when he was arrested twice in a three hour span.
The Sunflower State has received it’s annual tobacco settlement payment.
Those in the tourism industry will be appreciated at a special hospitality night at the Topeka Zoo.
The suit filed by a former assistant superintendent at the city’s wastewater treatment plant was unsealed Monday in U.S. District Court in K…
Students who play in a special-needs sports league in the Wichita area scored a victory.
To represent it in a fray over efforts to regulate the industry.
That frees up Ragan, who will take over the No. 55 Toyota at Kansas Speedway. Team co-owner Michael Waltrip will drive the car Sunday at Tal…
The winter wheat crop in Kansas is showing signs of stress from disease and drought.
A 55-year-old man is facing federal charges after a 13-year-old Missouri girl was found with him in New Mexico.
A 15-year-old Kansas girl will go on trial in September for first-degree murder in the stabbing death of her sister.
This past weekend, some Kansas Highway Patrol troopers discovered missing or loose lug nuts on their patrol vehicles.
Sedgwick County fire officials say one person has been found dead after a house exploded in suburban Wichita.
Sports programs could be on the chopping block to help balance the education budget.
Accused killer which change plea to guilty to avoid “lengthy trial”.
Attorney General asking legislature for money to defend anticipated law suit, slightly more than the state’s current budget shortfall.
Topeka officials blame contamination on a power failure.
KSNT News takes a closer look at the budget of Topeka’s largest school district.
A $3,500 family dog was taken from his home, but the family says its not the first time their pet has been targeted.
Helping loved ones thousands of miles away