KSNT Sports and KSN Sports Directors at the NCAA 2nd Round in Omaha
Tru-D is the first germ killing robot in Kansas.
Testimony before a House committee wrapped up Thursday on a bill to expand the state’s privatized Medicaid program, known as KanCare.
USD 501 robotics program is still running strong
Topeka women says she was not notified about utility company coming on her property and removing part of a tree.
Even though Obamacare is now a law, more than 150 thousand Kansans are still without medical insurance.
Both incidents occurring within minutes of each other.
The Topeka hospital sent a statement to KSNT News Tuesday morning.
Topeka has no more legal obstacles to issuing bonds to buy Heartland Park.
The center must remain closed until it has a transfer partnership with a hospital.
The Topeka City Council discusses the future of the racetrack for the first time after its legal win.
Attorney General tries for second time to get State Supreme Court to step into funding dispute.
The Downtown Branch of the YMCA has re-opened the swimming pool, and it’s already making a splash.
Reverend Philip Hollis, Pastor of Faith Family Life Center in Topeka, was killed in a motorcycle accident last Friday.
A Topeka businessman was sentenced to three years and one month in federal prison for writing more than 5,000 bad checks in a check kiting s…
A suspended Topeka birthing center is in talks with two hospitals as it seeks to reopen.
If you’re one of the many people taking advantage of this beautiful spring weather by running, biking or walking – you might want to read ah…
Bill would ditch the current system and hand out $340K/year in cash awards.
Now that the house has given its initial approval on a bill to overhaul the current school finance formula, there’s even more concern from p…
Total cost of the projects is about $31million.
Kansans explore possibility of recall campaign.
The effort to challenge the city’s STAR bonds is denied by the state court of appeals.
So far no objections to a bill “tweaking” state’s gaming regulations.
More than 100 angry Kansans stormed the Statehouse Wednesday, upset that lawmakers aren’t listening to their concerns.
The Kansas Court of Appeals rules against Chris Imming in Heartland Park case.