Reports came in over the police scanner around 1:20 p.m. that a man was headed to Oakland Church of the Nazarene with a gun.
Shooting suspect Orlando Lucio, 32, arrested Sunday morning; shooting victim still in critical condition.
A male gunshot victim leads Topeka Police on a search for a white SUV
Stampede’s atmosphere made the show a summer staple
Here’s some links so you can make sure you’re following the rules and enjoying the Fourth of July safely.
An 18-year-old was killed and another person injured in a three-vehicle accident in Chase County Saturday morning
Trash collection will be moved one day back for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday customers.
Officers created a perimeter, secured the scene, and notified nearby residents who were potentially in danger.
The Attorney General and legislators react to Friday’s District Court ruling.
Josias Elliot Aitkens is being held at the Jackson County Jail on several charges.
Kansans rally, react to U.S. Supreme Court ruling on same sex marriage on Friday.
“I ran into my kids’ room and grabbed both of my kids and ran down stairs…”
After 114 days the longest legislative session in Kansas history officially has officially come to an end, at least for now.
Says they and their students won a big victory when a court ruled that key parts of a new state education funding law are unconstitutional.
Lyon County residents are invited to watch Emporia’s fireworks display from the comfort of Welch Stadium.
The Supreme Court decision affirming gay marriage is having a swift impact in states that banned same-sex couples from getting a marriage li…
A Manhattan man was arrested on an assault warrant out of a town in Missouri.
Kansas waterways will be heavily policed for those boating under the influence this weekend.
Interest in unmanned aircraft, often called drones, is taking off.
At the order of a court seeking to determine if he’s their child’s biological father.
A district court panel in Kansas has declared that key parts of a new state law for funding public schools violate the state constitution.
A complaint against Rep. Valdenia Winn for calling supporters of a bill denying in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants “racist bigots.”
Is expected to bring a quick resolution to a similar case over a Kansas ban that is still before a lower federal court.
KSNT News talked with local businesses about how this event impacts their bottom line.
Here is the latest on gay marriage in Kansas.