TOPEKA (KSNT) – One man’s personal backyard church on Southwest 33rd Street, which has been under fire for city code violations, must meet c…
The 2nd-seeded Michigan State Spartans were upset in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament by Middle Tennessee State on Friday afternoon.
A Junction City man was sentenced Friday to more than 15 years in prison for child sex crimes.
K-State track and field superstar, Akela Jones, was named the Co-National Women’s Field Athlete of the Year on Friday afternoon.
Masons from 220 lodges in Kansas have donated a total of $2.5 million to three Kansas State University programs.
The Kansas Senate has passed a bill intended to define and streamline the process for a shared living program for adults with mental illness…
Kansas regulators have delayed a vote on a Westar Energy proposal to raise its transmission charge for residential customers.
It all started around 11 o’clock Monday morning when the Sabetha Police Department received reports that a man was going to hurt himself and…
Park officials are taking steps to protect a pair of eagles and their babies who are nesting at a lake just east of Topeka.
Lindsey Abegg pleaded guilty to aggravated endangerment of a child in the August 2015 death of Astra Abegg.
Wichita State will play at 11:10 a.m. on Saturday, Kansas will play at 6:45 p.m. on Saturday.
The Wichita State Shockers advanced to the Round of 32 on Thursday night after beating Arizona 65-55.
Christien Ozores from Junction City High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The NWS tested the emergency sirens at night instead of during the day on Thursday, which was meant to create a more realistic timeline for …
The Kansas Turnpike Authority is paving the way to modernize the turnpike for drivers but the tech comes at a cost.
The Topeka Public School District is working to make sure all students are safe as we enter severe weather season, and it’s using money from…
Kansas residents will decide this November whether to include the right to hunt, fish and trap wildlife in the state constitution.
The Kansas Jayhawks won their opening round game of the 2016 NCAA Tournament on Thursday, beating Austin Peay 105-79.