A new, private center on the Kansas State University campus aiming to help veterans transition into student life has opened.
KSNT News’ Jared Thompson is digging for answers Wednesday on what exactly is causing the problem, what’s being done to fix it and how much …
The pilot project will be used to figure out if the goats can be used on a bigger area of land owned by Westar and other landowners.
A Topeka middle school teacher and head volleyball coach has resigned less than one month into the school year.
In conjunction with Major League Baseball, the Kansas City Royals today announced their 2017 regular season schedule. All game times will be…
A former Lawrence mayor charged with stealing money from his old job as executive director at a food pantry plans to change his plea.
A fundraiser was held Tuesday night for the sole surviving victim of a deadly crash on Highway 24 last month.
Sheriff Frank Denning said Tuesday that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement placed a detainer on Espinosa-Flores.
Tracking more rain chances for the end of the week.
A Topeka Police officer is being praised for something he did as part of his official duty, but it wasn’t something he had to do.
Many people have heard the odds of getting struck by lightning, but Zach Treinen of Topeka says it can happen to anyone.
Pinch hitter Yonder Alonso delivered a two-run double in the eighth inning and the Oakland Athletics rallied past Kansas City 5-4 Tuesday ni…
A new KSN News Poll conducted by Survey USA shows Donald Trump gaining ground while Hillary Clinton is losing momentum.
Governor Sam Brownback’s popularity continues to drop despite being elected to serve a second term. A poll from our sister station KSN in Wi…
The wait will soon be over, as the Wildcats play their first game at home on Saturday and that fact excites some members of the team.
Kansas football heads into its first road test of 2016 as the Jayhawks travel to Memphis, Tennessee, Saturday, September 17 for an 11 a.m. k…
Board of Education members in Junction City are looking to replace their high school and build a new one
The high court heard arguments from attorneys in the first of multiple possible challenges to the 2-year-old law.