An Oklahoma woman is challenging her convictions in the 2002 shootings of her ex-husband and his fiancee as they slept in their Topeka home.
One person taken to the hospital.
Kansas legislators are close to the end of their annual spring break and plan to reconvene this week at the Statehouse to wrap up their busi…
A nearly 400-year-old collection of William Shakespeare’s plays will make a stop in Manhattan.
The Kansas Department of Transportation plans to announce how many Kansans are buckling up.
Special election mail-in ballot will ask residents to increase the Local Options Budget by three percent.
Former Washburn volleyball players scrimmaged against members of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity for charity on Saturday night.
The family of a missing Lyon County man has told KSNT News their father has returned home.
Kansas smokers are upset about plans to sharply increase the cigarette tax to help fill a budget hole.
St. Francis Health partnered with the program this year.
The Sunflower Soccer Association celebrated its grand opening at a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday afternoon.
Has ordered genetic testing to determine whether a man who donated sperm to a lesbian couple is the biological father of a 5-year-old girl b…
As of Sunday morning the website for the North Topeka Arts District http://www.notoartsdistrict.com is back to normal after being hacked by pro ISI…
A Derby dog owner is calling it a miracle, after she was reunited with her 4-year-old dog, Lucy, who had been missing for nearly two weeks.
A legislative proposal to legalize fantasy sports leagues in Kansas wouldn’t violate a ban on private lotteries in the state constitution
The importance of being able to deliver accurate forecasts and in different ways was the topic of a U.S. Senate hearing this week.
One computer specialist calls the cyber attack ‘random’.
Turkey hunters take note: an award could be in your future before season’s end.
Riley County judge honored for his advocacy work on behalf of crime victims.
Manhattan Hospital now becomes ‘Via Christi’
Farmers are already suffering from problems related to continuing drought.
Police say there have been two incidents of counterfeit $100 bills being used in Junction City this week.
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.