Sen. Moran is a sponsor of a bill to permanently extend tax incentives for donating food.
The Colmery-O’Neil Medical Center ER is waiting on federal approval to re-open.
Most activity in western Kansas early Friday evening.
Many homes in Northeast Kansas don’t have basements or adequate storm shelters, so KSNT News looked into what options homeowners have for st…
A Topeka man imprisoned for his estranged wife’s killing has been ordered to pay more than $43,000 to his former mother-in-law.
Dissemination of the information is limited for use in preparing for trial.
Officers with the Topeka Police Department responded to an armed robbery just before noon on Friday.
A last-ditch effort to save a 135-year-old Queen Anne Victorian that had been used as offices for the Kansas Department of Labor has failed.
The Kansas Legislature has used hundreds of millions of dollars from the State Highway Fund to pay from general government expenses.
The City of Topeka is asking the public for input on how to spend $17.5 in federal funds.
The hacker claims they are “Team System Dz” and are in support of the Islamic State stating “Islamic State will restore dignity for Muslims.…
Students graduating from Kansas Wesleyan’s nursing program next month will have degrees with national accreditation.
A Topeka man was sentenced to just over 11 years in prison for a shooting death in Topeka, which will be served after about 80 years he is s…
Uber expands to Topeka, Lawrence, and Manhattan Thursday afternoon.
Tussel clears both benches in 7th inning but Royals outlast the White Sox in extra innings.
US Army holds “Best Warrior” competition at Ft. Riley.
City employees will not be able to access email accounts due to a server repair.
Kansas is expected to be nearly $400-million in the hole by the end of the 2016 budget and now legislators are facing a tough reality.
At Thursday’s County Commission meeting, commissioners approved contracts putting privatization in place for the office.
The Shawnee County Treasurer Motor Vehicle Annex office will be closed for business on Friday due to the City of Topeka network being down.
A retrial has been pushed back to August for a Lawrence man whose first homicide trial ended with a hung jury.
Riley County residents can make plans to have coffee with the police officers who serve and protect them.
Shooting clinic specifically geared toward women will be held in Manhattan.
The Governor and Attorney General are hosting the annual victims rights conference in the state’s largest city.
The Republican governor outlined proposed budget adjustments Thursday before a meeting of the House Appropriations Committee.