The Kansas City Royals agreed to terms with third baseman Mike Moustakas on Thursday night.
Seaman bowler John Baeter rolled an 801 series on Wednesday afternoon to lead the Vikings to a team win.
Senators rejected an amendment to gun legislation that would have extended prohibition of conceal-carry on Kansas campuses until 2021.
A decision is in. The Kansas Supreme Court says temporary block grant funding is not equitable to all public schools, and therefore unconsti…
Lawmakers say the Kansas AG has been asked to analyze state agreements on plans to implode Docking and build a new energy plant.
The Decision America Tour with Franklin Graham is coming to the capital of Kansas.
The House has approved a bill that would erase a shortfall in the state budget, and the Senate is preparing to debate its own plan.
The Kansas State basketball team lost to Baylor on Wednesday night inside Bramlage Coliseum.
The Washburn men’s basketball team beat Central Missouri on Wednesday night, the women’s team lost to the Jennies.
The Emporia State Hornets men’s and women’s basketball teams picked up much-needed wins on Wednesday night against SW Baptist.
Three months ago KSNT News aired a special report on ‘Felony Flirting’, and the harsh penalties teens could face. Now lawmakers are taking a…
Long-time friend of man accused in toddler’s murder claims he’s being unjustly accused of a heinous crime he didn’t commit.
A Topeka man convicted in a 2014 killing in Freedom Valley Park has been sentenced to 14 years and eight months in prison.
Several teams are making one final push toward a league championship throughout NE Kansas.
New evidence and information in “cold case” puts former boyfriend of toddler’s mom behind bars on a second degree murder charge.
Lawmakers are considering a bill to boost the speed limit on some Kansas highways to 80, but some state officials worry that’s too high.
High school basketball standings for the various leagues in our viewing area.
The U.S Marshal’s office has arrested a man wanted for a child’s death in Topeka nearly 10 years ago.
Residents gathered for the second time this month to figure out a solution to their neighborhood grocery store closing.
The Royals will spread their World Series celebration into their first two games of the 2016 season in April.