Hundreds of soldiers from all over the post getting a simple message
The state lost 3,800 jobs from April to May, 2015.
Kansas legislators aren’t quite done with their work for the year because they inadvertently enacted two conflicting versions of a new law.
Swearing in ceremony ends 15-month long wait.
COUNCIL GROVE, Kan. (AP) — An American Indian tribe is poised to hold its first official powwow for the first time in 142 years on its own l…
The Kansas winter wheat harvest is expected to get into full swing soon amid a forecast calling for mostly warm, dry weather.
The Kansas Supreme Court upholds Michelle Bolze-Sann’s criminal convictions for involuntary manslaughter and aggravated endangering a child.
OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — An Emporia State University instructor working to develop the state’s first master’s degree program in forensics science…
Authorities say an Ohio couple possibly linked to a suspicious Florida death has been arrested at a motel in Kansas.
A motorcycle chase ended in a crash and an arrest.
The Kansas Board of Regents has approved 2 percent increases in the base salaries of the top administrators at five state universities.
The vigil will be held tonight at 6 p.m. at the St. John’s African Methodist Episcopal Church in Downtown Topeka.
A new study shows attacks are on the rise. Police and a psychologist weigh in.
One local veterinarian says he’s seeing more cases of Lepto, especially in Topeka because of the high wildlife.
The current record is at more than 36,000 people.
Current manager resigning after 12-year stint
Organizers of Country Stampede say water releases from Tuttle Creek Dam won’t affect 2015 celebration.
TOPEKA (KSNT) – During the city council meeting this week, officials announced that water at Heartland Park had been shut off. But not befor…