The Harvey County Sheriff’s Department is looking for a man wanted for questioning in a triple homicide that occurred on Sunday.
No suspects have been identified at this time.
Give me a break. That’s what a thief must have been thinking when he stole a Kit Kat bar from a college student’s cup holder.
In the latest SurveyUSA poll conducted exclusively for KSNW-TV, Donald Trump maintains his lead over Hillary Clinton in the race for preside…
At issue is the court’s decision against the death penalty in the Carr brothers case, and the ongoing battle with school funding.
The No. 2 ranked Kansas basketball team beat Washburn 92-74 in Tuesday exhibition game at Allen Fieldhouse.
High school football playoffs begin in Class 3A and 8-Man, and high school soccer quarterfinals begins in Class 6A
The state Department of Revenue’s report Tuesday came a week before the election with allies of Republican Gov. Sam Brownback facing a backl…
When you get to the voting booth this year there may be some new things on the ballot, but there is also some new technology at the Shawnee …
A problem that’s plaguing the largest school district in the Capital County may have met it’s match as USD 501 targets homelessness.
Kansas City Chiefs pro bowl running back Jamaal Charles has been placed on injured reserve because of a knee injury.
A Kansas man alleges in a lawsuit that police fatally shot his unarmed brother even though relatives warned that the brother was suicidal an…
The Topeka Police Department are working to identify a suspect involved in an armed robbery.
The tragic car crash hit too close to home in a small town.
Douglas County District Court Judge Kay Huff ruled Monday that 17-year-old Jaered Long will be tried as an adult on a first-degree murder ch…
An official with the Kansas secretary of state’s office says it has determined that ballot selfies are legal in the state after all.
Family and friends are mourning after an 18-year-old man was killed in a crash over the weekend.
He’s accused of sexually abusing veterans at the VA. And the former physician’s assistant may be living off of your dime.