A man named Zach, who used to work for the Caroline County Humane Society, stepped up and offered to drive Zimba all the way to Wichita.
Laboratory testing samples collected from St. George indicate no evidence of contamination and all other conditions that placed the system a…
Two earthquakes, including one given a preliminary magnitude of 4.2 have been recorded in northern Oklahoma.
The remains of 3-year-old Evan C. Brewer were discovered on Sept. 2 inside a Wichita house where his mother once lived.
Kansas legislators are headed toward considering a second big tax increase within a year because of a state Supreme Court order to boost fun…
“That just melted my heart to see all the people that kept it going.”
The Seaman High School internship program gives students a better vision for what they want to do after high school.
“My faith is foundational to this whole thing.”
“How precious life is. We never know when life will be taken.”
On Monday, a joint legislative committee held its first of three meetings to review the Supreme Court’s October ruling that state funding fo…
A stretch of Highway 75, north of Sabetha, in Nemaha County, is open again.
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.”