When severe weather strikes, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes to get the message out.
Prisoners mixed with college students from Baker University celebrate an accomplishment many behind bars can only dream of.
Deal affects about 275 TPD officers.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism offers advice on how to avoid ticks and the diseases they carry.
Nearly every neighborhood in the Capital City is now connecting with one another and city departments, including police.
Kansans can submit their opinions to the State Supreme Court about changes to rules.
The Kansas City, Kansas, school superintendent has testified in court that the state’s new education funding law is hurting its programs.
The Junction City Police Department and the United States Marshals Service are asking for the public’s assistance in locating and apprehendi…
A former private stationed at Fort Riley has been indicted on charges of stealing fellow soldiers’ identities.
Salina police say a 17-year-old girl was shot to death in a case of mistaken identity fueled by a group seeking revenge for a fistfight.
The accident occurred on the eastbound lanes of I-70 just west of Wanamaker Rd. in Topeka.
A man wanted for drug possession on the Northeast Kansas Most Wanted list.
Lone Star Lake is being closed temporarily to the public so officials can administer an herbicide to fight an invasive species.
A recently rejuvenated foundation for Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence is setting a lofty goal.
Fraternity houses at the University of Kansas will ban hard liquor on their properties beginning this fall.
Storms that packed at least nine confirmed tornadoes, hail and heavy rain left behind damage in Kansas counties but no fatalities or major i…
Several Kansas counties report property damage from severe storms which swept through the state from south to north Wednesday.
A family of six were able to get out of their home after an early morning fire in southeast Topeka.
Tornadoes rip across three Midwestern states, including Kansas
Moderate damage to structures but no human injuries.
The KU student group “The Future Majority” tells KSNT News they sold ‘Cookies for Kansas’ on April 21 in response to recent cuts to educatio…
The community can help with flooding
Lawmakers say it will be taken up Thursday
Offer comes after AG says state employee emails are not subject to state open records rules.
A Topeka couple is facing federal charges after a grand jury returned indictments accusing them of forcing a teenage girl into prostitution.