The public awareness campaign seeks the attention of trafficking victims and community members who can identify suspicious activity.
More than 38.1 million people are expected to participate nationwide.
Supporters of the legislation said it would prevent fraud but critics called it mean-spirited.
Topeka water rescue crews show KSNT News just how they get the job done.
Ballots are due for Topeka and Washburn Rural school districts Tuesday at noon.
The owners of a Manhattan home spent part of today assessing the damage to their home after it was struck by lightning.
The Kansas Legislature voted to approve a new revenue plan on Friday, but like many bills, it does more than meets the eye.
We’re six weeks into the new community policing centers in Topeka, we take a look at how it’s working for the Capital City.
Officials say the state math and reading tests this year went off with relatively few hitches.
Six months after the director of the Hutchinson Animal Shelter resigned amid a disagreement over use of inmate labor, the city is still look…
Deputies with the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched Monday afternoon to reports of a woman in the Kansas River.
Tracking warmer weather as the week goes on
A January trial has been scheduled for a 36-year-old man accused of fatally shooting another man last year at a home outside Topeka.
A Topeka man pleaded guilty Monday to a federal charge of robbing a Valero gas station and shooting the clerk.
The structure was unoccupied at the time of the fire.
A man has been arrested after two passengers in a vehicle he was driving died during a car accident in Leavenworth County.
There is an estimated at $100,000 of total damage.
Authorities say a suburban Kansas City music instructor charged with child molestation has removed his ankle bracelet and disappeared.
Tracking more rain through Tuesday
A house explosion in Riley, Kansas has sent a woman and three children to the hospital.
Showers don’t seem to be letting up anytime soon.
The crash happened in the 6200 block of SW Topeka Boulevard around 9:18 p.m. on Friday, June 12.
A man claiming to be from a local gas company went to a house and told the three women living there he needed to check for gas leaks.
Kansas legislators have approved increases in sales and cigarette taxes to erase a budget deficit and avert deep spending cuts.
Where to file a consumer fraud report.