Kansas State University kinesiology research offers encouraging information for cancer patients: A brisk walk or a slow jog on a regular bas…
We have a correction to report on a story we aired last night on KSNT News.
The task force report includes 27 recommendations.
Citing strong management and budgetary flexibility, Standard & Poor’s has affirmed the city of Topeka’s AA bond rating and revised its outlo…
Under Kansas law, lottery results are determined by chance.
GOP legislators acknowledge they’ll have to push Brownback into accepting changes.
Topeka waitress has no regrets after receipt message goes viral on social media.
A photo posted on social media regarding a note on a receipt given to Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has gone viral overnight.
One suspect was taken into police custody and a victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Thousands of people along with classic cars and vendors filled Quincy Street in Downtown Topeka for Eagle 99.3 Cruise Night on Saturday May …
“Them taking her son made her the perfect storm.”
Arraigned on a second-degree murder charge in the stabbing death of a man whose body was dumped in a river.
The Topeka Fire Department responded to a structure fire shortly before 7:15 Friday Friday evening.
More than a third of rural hospitals are operating at a net loss.
Meadows Elementary School took part in a one mile walk run.
The US Attorney for Kansas is urging agencies to apply for a new police body camera program.
Firefighters will be out in the city this weekend collecting money for MDA.
Team owner uses media and playoffs to try and get new contract with Kansas Expocenter
Court rejected mental competency claim.
The city’s two new sub-stations are officially open as of Friday.
The organizers created this event to promote non-competitive physical activity and safety awareness.
what you can expect this year compared to last year
Currie took over Kansas State’s athletic department in May 2009, when it was struggling to break even financially.
The man who heads a family owned company in Junction City is the Kansas small business person of the year who will be honored in D.C.
Officers in Riley County will be focused on preventing people from driving under the influence Friday night.