“It is complicated, but I think the process is moving in the right direction.”
They control or reduce erosion from rainfall.
Experts suggest a simple solution to avoid a flooded basement is to check your sump pump twice a year.
One in seven cars on the road is under recall for dangerous airbags.
Kansas almost adopted a law this year that would’ve banned talking on a phone while driving. Find out what stopped them, and if it was the r…
Donations were accepted to help veterans to move into new homes.
The address markers available to Hi-Crest area.
Bills continue trickling out of the statehouse as of Wednesday, but there’s still been no progress on the state’s $410-million shortfall.
Rain is usually a sight to see, but farmers have seen it to much this month.
New mobile program gives students experience and helps non-profit shelters.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says consumers in the Sunflower State will be better protected under the terms of a settlement.
Police in Riley County say a woman’s anger erupted into criminal action during a domestic dispute.
If you see cowpies on the turnpike Wednesday morning this story will tell you why.
Why you need to keep an eye on what you put in your wallet.
President Barack Obama signed into law an executive order restricting military-style gear to law enforcement agencies.
Emphasis will be on improving neighborhoods and public safety
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KSNT NEWS looks into what the legislatures’ overtime is costing taxpayers.
Elmont Elementary students started a campaign called “Thanks for Changing Nepal.”
The 5-year-old from Council Grove toured the Reagan Presidential Library.
Junction City is about to get a new senior center, one that backers hope will be more accessible to the area’s seniors.
The bridge will be open for the NHRA races this weekend.
Despite months of discussion about how to close the state’s $410-million shortfall, lawmakers still aren’t getting anywhere.
New research from K-State reveals your genes are a contributing factor in your success.
Riley County residents can meet for NextCoffee to learn more about their police department and the work they do in the community.