Administration looking for options while Senate and House debate raising revenue to cover shortfall.
It is not uncommon for animals to be playing around electrical equipment.
After 97 days of meetings and discussion so far this year, members of the Kansas Senate finally started debating their very first tax propos…
The health agency has enlisted help from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment Department, and the Shawnee County Zoning Departmen…
Kansas lawmakers are back from a four day break, but would you be surprised to learn they’re not getting right back down to the business of …
Police say both victims were from Topeka
The victim was transported with non-life threatening injuries to a local hospital.
A blue Ford Mustang convertible was spotted partially submerged in the Kansas River early Tuesday morning.
The Brownback administration has wanted to demolish the building in Topeka for some time.
This year’s ceremony sends a special message to remember on Memorial Day.
Generations of families spend their summers here, but now it is time to say so long.
One person was killed in a rollover accident near the Sardou Bridge in Topeka on Saturday night.
An accident involving a FedEx truck and a motorcycle sent one person to the hospital Saturday morning with minor injuries.
The residents contacted the city and energy over a week ago, but the problem still hasn’t been solved. So KSNT News stepped in to help.
Every four years, federal law requires the state to review their child support guidelines.
An emergency room at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Topeka might be reopening soon.
NHRA will host what maybe the final races at Heartland Park.
County urging safety precautions for those using parts of the lake.
37 million people are predicted to travel this holiday weekend.
Another day, another $43,000, and still no solution for the state’s $410 million shortfall.
None of the students were academically suspended and no one was expelled from the University.
Experts suggest a simple solution to avoid a flooded basement is to check your sump pump twice a year.
Bills continue trickling out of the statehouse as of Wednesday, but there’s still been no progress on the state’s $410-million shortfall.
Rain is usually a sight to see, but farmers have seen it to much this month.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says consumers in the Sunflower State will be better protected under the terms of a settlement.