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KSNT NEWS looks into what the legislatures’ overtime is costing taxpayers.
Elmont Elementary students started a campaign called “Thanks for Changing Nepal.”
The 5-year-old from Council Grove toured the Reagan Presidential Library.
Junction City is about to get a new senior center, one that backers hope will be more accessible to the area’s seniors.
The bridge will be open for the NHRA races this weekend.
Despite months of discussion about how to close the state’s $410-million shortfall, lawmakers still aren’t getting anywhere.
New research from K-State reveals your genes are a contributing factor in your success.
Riley County residents can meet for NextCoffee to learn more about their police department and the work they do in the community.
The state has temporarily taken over a Topeka nursing home after its owners couldn’t make payroll and no one else stepped forward to run it.
An officer’s daughter attending K-State this fall is this year’s recipient of the RCPD’s annual scholarship.
The Salina City Commission has approved the first step in a process that could lead to an estimated $122 million overhaul of the city’s down…
A Topeka family celebrated their son’s graduation even though he wasn’t there to accept his diploma.
Brownback has met with top GOP leaders as the Kansas Legislature continues its discussions about raising taxes to erase a state budget short…
No injuries were reported.
A woman wanted for felony theft is on the Northeast Kansas Most Wanted list.
Parents need to remind their kids to stay away from flooded and raising water.
Districts given extra cash at a time when many districts face cuts.
Khadijah Davis from Topeka West H.S. is the Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Bill would transfer the Kansas Bioscience Authority’s functions to the state Department of Commerce.
He said drafting a tax plan is difficult because in involves discussions among many lawmakers about many options.
No one was home at the southwest Shawnee County house.
Two major roads are being closed for the entire summer.
The state is still more than $400-million short on revenue and lawmakers are now working overtime to agree on a solution.
Emergency crews responded to an accident involving a car and motorcycle Monday afternoon.