Kansas so far has refused to expand its Medicaid program to cover residents not eligible for subsidies.
Police need your help to get a gun off the streets, and put the thief behind bars.
Federal health regulators are reviewing the safety of an implantable contraception device after receiving reports of unusual side effects.
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.
The chase lasted just 62 seconds and spanned 1.64 miles, but left a trail of tears Wednesday evening.
An emergency medical technician has been fired after being accused of refusing to go to a home where an 8-month-old baby had stopped breathi…
Grover’s Smokehouse is closing for good nearly 2 years after considering a new name and menu.
Strong to severe storms possible, as well as heavy rainfall for some
The Kansas Association for the Medically Underserved called the high court decision “a huge victory for consumers.”
Kansas Wesleyan University says it will begin offering 17 new majors and a revamped core curriculum during the next four years.
Proposal to reduce renewable fuel standards say the agency’s indecision has slowed investment in the industry.
KSNT News will have updates as additional information becomes available.
Hundreds of people filed into a church Thursday for the first funeral for victims of the massacre at a historic black church.
Republicans renewed their calls to repeal the 2010 law.
The Supreme Court has upheld a key enforcement tool used by the Obama administration and civil rights groups to fight housing bias.
The attacker approached the firefighters at about 4 p.m. Wednesday as they were responding to a 911 call.
A prison guard charged in connection with the escape of two killers.
The disease poses no human or animal health concerns and doesn’t impact grain quality. However, it can hurt wheat yields.