To mark the 61st anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Brown v. Board of Education decision.
The mayor of Lawrence is set to join a national effort that supports marriage equality for gay couples.
There were mixed reviews as the Seaman school board grappled with an ongoing problem, drugs on their campus. “We’ve been told there was an i…
Bill will keep municipal and school board elections non-partisian.
Shawnee County Commissioners signed off on $17 million in bonds for the center.
A Topeka mother says poor training may have led to a family and their autistic daughter to be kicked off a flight in Utah.
Are your posessions properly protected from the most common natural disaster in the nation?
A Kansas state senator says time is running out for ride-hailing company Uber to come to a compromise with the Legislature over regulations.
Case started in 2013 with emails to Australian investigators with child porn images.
Two people were arrested for DUI, and two others were cuffed on unrelated charges.
In two of the Emporia break-ins, the victims were home at the time of the crime.
A new festival debuting in the Capital City will include a form of dance that traditionally features strip tease.
Six people have been charged in the killing of a 17-year-old Salina girl in what police say was a case of mistaken identity.
Was justified as both self defense and defense of others under Kansas law.
KSNT News was told no one has stepped forward to claim the act of kindness.
Kansas State University is expanding into drone cybersecurity training.
The University of Kansas has added a bee hotel to its Field Station trails north of Lawrence to raise awareness about native bee species.
A report from the city of Lawrence says it may need to spend $200,000 to alleviate an increase in traffic on one street due to the closure o…
Topeka man says he was shot in the hand while taking out trash.
Topeka Fire Chief Greg Bailey asking for a second survey to be conducted before department downsizing is made.
Five tornadoes were reported over the weekend in Northwest Kansas
Policy would take effect July 1 if approved.
Residents say animals are wandering unattended, 2 hit by big rig truck last week.
3rd annual event at Brown v. Board of Education Nat’l Monument
Small group sends big message to Topekans.