A judge has ruled that a man accused of two separate killings in Salina will have only one retrial.
Before pouring your chardonnay down the drain, we spoke to a wine chemist from Cornell University about the science behind finding arsenic i…
Topeka firefighters are finishing up fighting a fire in the city’s Oakland neighborhood.
The estranged husband of a Oregon woman is accused of blowing marijuana smoke into the mouth of his infant.
A Germanwings passenger jet carrying 150 people crashed in the French Alps region as it traveled from Barcelona to Duesseldorf on Tuesday.
The newest weapon in the breakfast wars is a biscuit shaped like a taco.
A fire has destroyed a structure on the property of a North Carolina man charged with killing a contestant from the TV show “Food Network St…
Mercedes-Benz is recalling just over 30,000 CLS-Class cars in the U.S. because the LED tail lamps may not light properly on the sides.
He remains in the Jackson County Jail in lieu of $250,000 bond.
Deputies are confident the skeletal remains are human.
Avian Flu Virus, should you be concerned?
How some are reacting to Governor Sam Brownback being booed at the KU, WSU game.
Wichita State earned its sixth trip to the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16.
Thousands of unemployed and impoverished Kansans may soon be getting back on their feet, all thanks to a federal grant that will expand stat…
Monday’s visit was a part of KSNT’s “Kids Learning About Weather” program.
A federal official says Republican Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback is wrong to support funding food stamps through block grants.
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There were no blackouts last season, because the minimum number of tickets were sold for every game, and only two blackouts in 2013.
Lawrence jury says 20 year-old should spend 50 years in prison for roommate’s death
Man sentenced for selling designer drugs around the world.
New research funded by farmers aims to breed a wheat variety for people who can’t eat wheat and other grains.
Numerous locations across the state will be lighted in orange to mark Work Zone Awareness Week
Kansas utility company to return money to customers.