Due to the potential for unfavorable weather on July 2, KANSAS on Kansas: A Downtown Celebration is moving to the Expocentre.
Medical transportation for seniors will be cut for some Kansas senior centers because of grant cuts from the state.
Former Kansas basketball player, Perry Ellis, is now sponsored by the popular clothing line, Perry Ellis.
A Mexican man was indicted Wednesday on charges that he was stopped in Shawnee County with 34 pounds of methamphetamine in his car.
Royals outfield Lorenzo Cain has been placed on the 15-day disabled list with a left hamstring injury.
A federal lawsuit claims that Shawnee County sheriff’s deputies arrested a deaf woman after having trouble communicating with her and the ja…
Former State Representative Richard Carlson will serve as interim secretary until a permanent hire is made.
A 79-year-old man was sent to the hospital after a crash in Shawnee County around 8:30 Tuesday night. It happened on southbound U.S. 75 just…
Why a Will is more important than you may think
The school bell may have rang on the 2015-2016 school year, but school districts across Northeast Kansas haven’t been entirely dismissed.
On Monday KSNT News told you about how her garden that meant so much to her was destroyed by AT&T when she asked for service.
Four former Kansas Governors, two Republican and two Democrat, signed a letter calling out Republican Governor Sam Brownback, his policies a…
The Cardinals beat the Royals in the second game of their four-game, home-and-home, series on Tuesday night in Kansas City.
The K-State basketball team will be traveling to Europe in August for a 10-day trip.
The Zola Witten Track at Emporia State University was last renovated in 2006, however this summer it’s got a new look.
KDADS Interim Secretary Tim Keck today appointed Bill Rein to be Superintendent of Larned State Hospital.
Kansas regulators have reduced the amount Westar Energy can earn on transmission costs, which will save customers about $18 million over the…
Lawsuits alleging that Emporia State University discriminated against two minority assistant professors are continuing in federal court.