Small group sends big message to Topekans.
Senate now considers liberalizing three aspects of marijuana use in the state.
Sheriff’s deputies run overnight “saturation patrol”.
About 75 high school graduates were recognized for their future service
Heavy rainfall causes lakes and rivers to have higher water levels and may bring up safety concerns for families.
Victim turned up blocks away from where shooting occurred.
Corporal Jason Harwood was killed in the line of duty eight months ago.
The Topeka Rescue Mission held a groundbreaking event Friday morning for the Children’s Palace.
The meetings are an opportunity for the public to weigh in on their priorities for next year’s budget in advance of council decisions.
Four severe weather stations at the Topeka Zoo helps keep visitors safe.
Volunteers help fill a thousand sacks to fight childhood hunger in Topeka.
Local shops afraid that business will slow down because of the parks closure.
Driver arrested at the scene of the accident.
When severe weather strikes, there’s a lot that goes on behind the scenes to get the message out.
Prisoners mixed with college students from Baker University celebrate an accomplishment many behind bars can only dream of.
Deal affects about 275 TPD officers.
Nearly every neighborhood in the Capital City is now connecting with one another and city departments, including police.
A family of six were able to get out of their home after an early morning fire in southeast Topeka.
The KU student group “The Future Majority” tells KSNT News they sold ‘Cookies for Kansas’ on April 21 in response to recent cuts to educatio…
A Topeka couple is facing federal charges after a grand jury returned indictments accusing them of forcing a teenage girl into prostitution.
A federal magistrate has entered a not guilty plea on behalf of a Topeka man charged with conspiracy in a plot to bomb the Fort Riley milita…
NHRA is hosting the event as scheduled and say they are looking forward to providing motorsports fans in the area with another thrilling eve…
Vote ends nearly a year of controversy over proposed purchase
Plan requires legislators to sign off on state compliance plan.
Legislators act on initiative by Governor Sam Brownback for reform.