Party not interested in the 2012 Republican presidential candidates.
Police still looking for clues in Wednesday attack.
January numbers $47 million short of expectations.
Jayhawk racing calls petition organizer a “disgruntled citizen”.
The man accused in Topeka’s first homicide of the year.
The Royals Caravan visited Academy Sports & Outdoors in Topeka on Thursday night to meet fans, sign autographs, and take pictures.
Petitioners also want to court to prevent the city of selling STAR bonds.
Her appointment is subject to state Senate confirmation.
Why the push for patrol cameras is on.
Commissioners undecided how to enforce new restrictions.
Investigators says it’s a possible aggravated assault by fire to a 6 year old in Topeka.
Victim sent to local hospital
Topeka Police teamed up with local outreach groups to track down a growing population in Kansas.
Annual effort will determine federal funding to assist homeless
The Kansas Department of Revenue allows it to re-open Tuesday afternoon.
Was budget director skirting state Open Records Act?
The initiative could affect more than 600,000 caregivers in the state.
School still hasn’t heard of results of federal probe of its sexual assault policies.
The top two candidates in each race will square off in the general election on Apri. 6th.
Grover Norquist sends letter to legislators to reject hikes in “sin taxes”.
KSNT News spoke with Republican lawmakers Monday, and many say they’re not happy.
The City has until February 17, 2015 to file its response to those behind the petition who want that ruling overturned.
Shawnee County democrat elected officials and candidates break down the issues affecting the Sunflower state at Sunday’s ‘Bean Feed’
One week after Gov. Brownback unveiled his budget proposal, Democratic leaders come out swinging.
The Capital City Crushers are expected to release their full bout schedule by mid-February.