More than $8 million dollars has come back to Kansas consumers and taxpayers as a result of the work of the state attorney general’s office.
Grover’s Smokehouse is closing for good nearly 2 years after considering a new name and menu.
KSNT News will have updates as additional information becomes available.
Captain Kirk took a pit stop in Topeka Thursday morning, but instead of driving a spaceship, he was driving a bike on three wheels.
Due to the constant rain in the region, wheat harvest is only at 8% when it should be at 33% at this time of the year.
As temperatures rise these camps get creative to help kids have a fun and safe summer.
About 70 people who paid their bills using pay kiosks at Dillons stores learned those transactions didn’t go through.
Topeka residents are advised to avoid contact with parts of the Shunga Creek until further notice, because of a sewage leak.
Bikers will ride nearly 3,900 miles total during that time, all while battling the summer heat.
The Kansas average is $2.63 per gallon, 17 cents lower than the national average and 93 cents lower than last year at this time.
Police say the suspect had a gun and then ran from the Topeka store.
The 19 year old was taken into custody without incident.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and his counterparts in nine other U.S. states are asking a congressional committee to investigate a f…
Neighbors in one Topeka neighborhood are fed up that a giant pile of trash showed up right next door, virtually overnight.
Attorneys General of 10 states demand Congressional investigation.
According to the National Weather Service, lightning kills an average of 49 people each year
Hot temperatures are hanging around, that’s why it’s important to keep a close eye on the elderly.
It may have been hot on Saturday, but that couldn’t keep people away from Old Prairie Town’s 11th annual Wheatstock concert.
A recent tradition in Topeka to honor those fighting cancer is growing.
Police officers and residents four hours in classrooms at Topeka High talking about how to make their area of the city crime free.
A mix of emotions brings local church leaders together in prayer.
A proposed ordinance to ban public nudity in the city was not adopted despite several months of discussion.
One of the first women hired by the Topeka Fire Department retired Friday.
Swearing in ceremony ends 15-month long wait.
The vigil will be held tonight at 6 p.m. at the St. John’s African Methodist Episcopal Church in Downtown Topeka.