The Washburn men’s basketball team beat Central Missouri on Wednesday night, the women’s team lost to the Jennies.
The Emporia State Hornets men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up much-needed wins on Wednesday night against SW Baptist.
Three months ago KSNT News aired a special report on ‘Felony Flirting’, and the harsh penalties teens could face. Now lawmakers are taking a…
Lana J. Pendergast, a 56-year-old from Clay Center, is charged with one count of unlawfully obtaining a controlled substance.
“Being 1st Infantry Division Soldiers means something to them. It’s moral strength.”
Long-time friend of man accused in toddler’s murder claims he’s being unjustly accused of a heinous crime he didn’t commit.
On criminal charges accusing him of living the high life on the backs of millions of desperate people who used his payday lending operation …
Multiple parents have voiced their concern to USD 430 after the post went public.
Skin cancer survivors and a dozen like-minded organizations have testified in support of a bill that would ban tanning beds to those younger…
KSNT News Political Analyst Dr. Bob Beatty takes a closer look at Tuesday night’s primary.
A bill designed to address sexting among middle and high school students has advanced in the Kansas House.
Federal prosecutors have charged a former tribal casino employee with embezzlement in a scheme involving fake “players cards” at a casino in…
A Riley County Police Department spokesman says Dowd is accused of stealing a firearm worth about $600 from a 65-year-old man last May.
A Topeka man convicted in a 2014 killing in Freedom Valley Park has been sentenced to 14 years and eight months in prison.
The Kansas House is preparing to debate a bill that balances the next state budget while also giving corrections officers in state prisons a…
A California company has agreed to pay $110,000 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call Act and Kansas Consumer Protection Act.
The Kansas basketball team beat West Virginia on Tuesday night to move into a three-way tie in the Big 12.
February is American Heart Month and there are some misconceptions about heart disease that need to be busted.