Walmart raises minimum wage to nine dollars.
Local Latino leaders are leading the fight against a controversial Senate bill known as “The Rule of Law Restoration Act.”
Kansas City police are investigating after a woman’s body was discovered in a well at a Kansas City park Thursday.
The Kansas Senate has given first-round approval to a bill to ban a procedure used in 8 percent of the abortion in the state.
A new government report shows Kansas had 800 fewer farms last year compared to 2013.
A special prosecutor says he won’t press charges against a former Kansas City councilman who had been accused of choking a one-time aide.
A man who was shot during a struggle with Topeka police is now in jail.
The sheriff’s office says it appears the man was shot at the spot where he was found.
Under the current policy when university students are expelled for nonacademic misconduct, it is noted on their transcript.
A lawsuit filed on behalf of a district court judge challenges a law passed last year that changed how chief judges in the state’s district …
Lent observances date back to the 4th century.
Topeka woman injured in wreck
Turned herself in to the Sheriff’s Warrant Unit after seeing she was wanted on KSNT News.
The man was from Tonganoxie but his name has not been released.
The move is designed to save the state money.
An online petition has more than 30,000 signatures in only a few days.
Beer and spirits lobbyist say increasing the tax on alcohol would be bad for the state.
Warns of deep cuts in 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years.
A KU professor compares a Ferguson Grand Jury to KKK hearings in the 19th century, find out what parallels he says can be drawn between the …
MANHATTAN (KSNT) – The city of Manhattan, Riley and Pottawatomie County will meet tomorrow night to take the next step in reducing the flood…
A fight has developed between Republicans and Democrats over a phrase used frequently by Governor Sam Brownback.
Lower court ruled the state has underfunded public education for several years.
Is scheduled for a final vote in the Senate Thursday. It will then go to the Kansas House of Representatives for further consideration.
The second year of open enrollment ended Sunday.
The bill would boost the cigarette tax to $2.29 a pack from 79 cents and raise the tax on alcoholic beverages to 12 percent from 8 percent.