The bill would waive sales taxes on detergent and other materials used to clean linens, mostly for hotels, hospitals and the food industry.
NASS reported in its monthly production estimate that the anticipated 2015 crop in the state will be 2 percent below last year’s harvest.
The Kansas secretary of state’s office acknowledged that it sporadically hosts Bible study sessions, but denied firing an employee for not a…
KSNT News has now learned falling debris from a railroad bridge has damaged other vehicles in the past.
On Friday, Rick Perry became the first major candidate of the 2016 campaign to give up on the White House.
Fans have started an online fundraising campaign to support the Kansas State University marching band.
“It’s always hard, we think of him every day particularly this day.”
Flags are flying at half-staff today across the Sunflower State to commemorate the 14th anniversary of 9/11.
The victim has been identified as a 29-year-old from Topeka.
MANHATTAN (KSNT) – A second arrest has been made by Riley County Police in the robbery case that caused the K-State and Manhattan Christian …
Pleaded guilty to violating the constitutional rights of a minor by deliberately dropping the restrained teenager face-first onto the ground…
He will have help from Tom Hanks, Tom Brokaw and others.
Mustaches and beards will be judged along with livestock for the first time this year at the Kansas State Fair.
The crime went unsolved until prosecutors and detectives turned up new evidence during a case review.
Each summer the Kansas Highway Patrol inspects every school bus in the state for safety so KSNT News dug deeper.
Fourteen years in the making, the center uses photos, video, artifacts and interactive displays to tell the story of Flight 93.
Ads found on Craigslist offer free rent in exchange for sex.
The University of Kansas has officially approved a procedure to handle possible violations of the university’s social media policy.