Patrick D. Flynn, 61, of Gladstone was last seen Tuesday afternoon at his son’s home in Seneca.
The Kansas Association of Ethanol Processors said in a news release Tuesday that it is now calling itself Renew Kansas.
A Salina man has been sentenced to more than 66 years in prison after being convicted of fatally shooting two men in one week in 2009.
A Wichita attorney has been convicted of evading federal income taxes between 1998 and 2008 totaling more than $1 million.
Police tell KSNT News the two subjects were not involved, but had a similar vehicle description to one that was in the area at the time of t…
Despite the High Court’s ruling, the Governor’s order protects state clergy and religious organizations from participating in activities tha…
Chief Brown is asking communities to call the police.
KSNT News found what you need to do to make sure the private information stored on your device… doesn’t end up with scammers.
HUD will try experimental program in 12 cities for three years.
Lawrence’s Kaw Water Treatment Plant says problems could come from Topeka waster water plant.
Family caught on sandbar during Monday night storm.
Find out why nearly a 1,000 people lost power because of thieves.
Brownback issued an executive order protecting the religious freedom of Kansas clergy and religious organizations.
Investigators are looking into whether there is a connection between the shooting and one last week that left two people dead.
Obama administration’s new solar energy policy may make renewable energy more affordable for more Americans.
More than 1,400 horseshoe pitchers from around the world will be in Topeka beginning July 13th.
41-year-old Angela S. Littlejohn pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of embezzlement.
A Topeka couple who attended Washburn University is giving back to the school in a big way.
Police say they’ve caught a man they say stole electronics and pawned them for money.
Authorities have identified a 20-year-old Kansas man who died Saturday afternoon while rafting on Clear Creek.
The health insurance plan for Kansas state government workers is allowing married gay and lesbian couples to obtain coverage for their spous…
Gov. Brownback signs executive order “protecting religious freedom” in wake of US Supreme Court ruling.
A 350-pound wheelchair belonging to a Vietnam veteran has been stolen from the front porch of his Hutchinson home.
The tour presented by Funny or Die and Live Nation will stop at 18 cities, kicking off on Aug. 28 at Kansas City’s Starlight Theatre.
A man wanted for two counts of felony drug possession is on the Northeast Kansas Most Wanted list.