Department wants to guarantee a safe July 4th holiday.
Laws removes permitting and mandatory safety training for open and concealed weapons.
Brownback administration gets it’s first win in the school funding fight.
Starting Wednesday, the state sales tax jumps to 6.5 percent.
Class is open to people with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes and caregivers.
The Overland Park City Council has agreed to give $25,000 to a planned memorial commemorating a 1981 hotel disaster in Kansas City.
An overnight fire in Topeka set two homes ablaze and left one family’s home destroyed.
The move comes more than a year-and-a-half after staffing and other technical issues closed the facility,
Waived his right to have a jury decide whether he should receive a sentence of at least 25 years or a Hard 50 sentence.
Reports came in over the police scanner around 1:20 p.m. that a man was headed to Oakland Church of the Nazarene with a gun.
Shooting suspect Orlando Lucio, 32, arrested Sunday morning; shooting victim still in critical condition.
A male gunshot victim leads Topeka Police on a search for a white SUV
Here’s some links so you can make sure you’re following the rules and enjoying the Fourth of July safely.
Trash collection will be moved one day back for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday customers.
After 114 days the longest legislative session in Kansas history officially has officially come to an end, at least for now.
At the order of a court seeking to determine if he’s their child’s biological father.
Early investigation indicates the cause of the fire to be undetermined though a lightning strike is being considered.
Aldersgate Village held a birthday party for Bill Calwell this morning.
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.