KSNT Sports and KSN Sports Directors at the NCAA 2nd Round in Omaha
Over-sharing parents on social media are creating privacy risks for children
Tru-D is the first germ killing robot in Kansas.
Testimony before a House committee wrapped up Thursday on a bill to expand the state’s privatized Medicaid program, known as KanCare.
daughter speaks after find her mother shot dead
Rarely is Kansas an afterthought.
Kansas State University is researching how to use drones to detect invasive insects and emerging diseases in wheat fields.
A controversial plan to divert Missouri River water from northeast Kansas to western Kansas is unlikely to happen.
So far there have been no arrests.
A visitor from Kansas is in the hospital after a 10-to-12-foot tiger shark bit his left forearm while he was snorkeling off the Big Island o…
A bill to limit bargaining between state agencies and public employee unions and to prevent such unions from collecting dues through paychec…
Schmidt said that New Mexico’s attorney general has much to learn about Kansas basketball.
USD 501 robotics program is still running strong
NCAA puts a stop to planned watch party in Wichita
Charged in Shawnee County District Court Thursday on a $1 million bond.
Topeka women says she was not notified about utility company coming on her property and removing part of a tree.
A recent restaurant death in Minnesota has some asking who’s responsible for keeping customers safe.
Post season play for the Kansas State Women’s Basketball team
Even though Obamacare is now a law, more than 150 thousand Kansans are still without medical insurance.
Both incidents occurring within minutes of each other.
Pursuing proposals to limit collective bargaining between state agencies and their workers and to overhaul the state’s civil service.
Six easy suggestions will help your car survive those pervasive potholes.
The Topeka hospital sent a statement to KSNT News Tuesday morning.
A House committee authorized issuing up to $60 million in bonds to renovate Kansas State University’s College of Architecture.
Topeka has no more legal obstacles to issuing bonds to buy Heartland Park.