Earthquakes appear to be striking Kansas less frequently but officials say it’s too early to say whether new rules are the reason.
A former Kansas legislator is scheduled to sentenced for defrauding a bank to help fund his political activities.
After attracting a record crowd last year, the Kansas Sampler Festival will return to Wamego this year.
The accident is still under investigation by the Lyon County Sheriff’s Office.
Kansas officials are preparing to issue a new fiscal forecast to guide legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback in making budget decisions.
The president of Kansas State University is speaking out against a proposal to freeze college tuition in the state.
Carjacking suspect died Saturday night after being shot by law enforcement.
Working to help current nursing students avoid being affected by the school’s decision to transition from one accredited nursing group to an…
For defrauding a bank to help fund his political activities in a federal case that highlights the state’s lax state campaign finance laws.
A woman often cited by Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback’s administration as a success story of a former welfare recipient is working as a temporary…
University of Kansas architecture students have transformed a blighted camping vehicle into a classroom on wheels.
It will take a lot of work and a lot of money
Kansas Attorney General investigating whether fantasy sports are illegal under the Kansas constitution.
Dog flu has spread to four states in the Midwest so far.
Drunk driver smashed into Staples store in December.
They’ll now get to put “Esquire” after their names!
Group challenges livestock practices in heavily ag-dominated Kansas.
An update on our continuing investigation into the bomb plot on Fort Riley. Topekan Alexander Blair has been accused as an accomplice in the…
The Kansas Historical Society says an acting troupe of history re-enactors plans to present the new play “John Brown: Widow Maker.”
A 24-year-old central Kansas man is accused of claiming to be an undercover police officer and trying to sell guns out of the trunk of his c…
It’s a story KSNT News first told you about last week.
New uniforms were a priority for him because his deputies complained the current, heavy cotton ones were too uncomfortable to wear in the su…
The Kansas jobs report released for March 2015 show the state’s March seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was unchanged from February.
A vote on a proposal to allow unlicensed teachers to work in six of the state’s new innovative school districts to allow for more input and …
A 30-year-old Topeka man will serve at least 20 years in prison for his role in the death of a Lawrence man last year.