A morning school bus accident raises questions about school bus safety overall, find out what local school officials have to say.
NTSB investigating crash of CH601XL “Kit” plane.
Hike would amount to an additional 55-cents per month.
Kansas counties would be allowed to expand liquor licenses under a bill being discussed by a state Senate panel.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday granted commutations of sentence to 22 individuals including one man from Junction City.
Critics see the move as risky.
The University of Kansas has hired two sociologists to plan a center for migration and immigration studies.
Hallmark Cards is offering a buyout program as it tries to cut 200 jobs by this summer.
No weapons were used or displayed in this robbery attempt.
No injuries have been reported at this time, however a KSNT News videographer on the scene said two kids were in an ambulance being looked a…
Kansas officials are waiting to see whether state tax collections this month met expectations.
A controversial new religious freedom law in Indiana that critics say allows discrimination.
Settlement covers nearly 4,900 current and former workers.
Fire victims picking up the pieces after losing everything .
They walked 60 miles over the weekend to let lawmakers know they’re not happy with the new school funding plan.
Sewage that leaked in to a public creek is causing a financial burden on one Topeka woman. The question is who should be picking up the tab?
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback has proposed issuing $1.5 billion in bonds.
A $2.5 million, 10-month renovation project is completed at Swarthout Recital Hall on the University of Kansas campus.
Wichita East High School Principal Ken Thiessen posting a letter to the community on the East High School website Sunday.
The cause was determined to be accidental due to a faulty torch head.
SUV sideswipes central Topeka building, driver then takes off on foot.
Several Emporia residents are homeless after a blaze destroyed an entire apartment complex.
Allowing residents to ride bikes around the city without having to buy their own bike.
The Topeka Police Department and its bomb squad investigated a suspicious package Sunday night in a North Topeka neighborhood.
The agreement calls for the charge to be dismissed if Manspeaker successfully completes the diversion program.