The second “Capital City Family and Food Truck Festival” at Gage Park was held today. Hundreds of people gathered in the park to have a good…
TOPEKA (KSNT) – It’s on to the next level for a Shawnee Heights and Washburn product, as he got the call he was waiting two days to receive.…
A portion of the Arkansas River in Kansas is now part of the National Park’s Service National Water Trail system.
A look at the starting line, based on how the 50 states have voted in the six presidential elections since 1992.
The Senate is heading toward passage of a defense policy bill that would authorize $602 billion in military spending.
There are thousands of liters of raw human sewage pouring into the ocean every second from Rio de Janeiro.
German Chancellor Merkel stressed that she hopes Britain will vote to remain in the EU in a referendum her finance minister labeled a “wake-…
Buying your first home is supposed to be a happy time and it began that way for a Nashville woman… Until the seller refused to leave.
The World Bank is reducing its forecast for the global economy this year — again.
There’s a “baby boom” of cats underway at the Tanganyika Wildlife Park in Sedgwick County.
Officials confirm a man was recovered at the collapsed gravel pit in Mississippi at a news conference.
A campaign to recall the judge who sentenced a Brock Turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman is gaining mo…
The former Stanford swimmer convicted of sexual assault on an unconscious woman did not reveal his drug and alcohol use in a letter to the j…
The special session starting on June 23 is likely to focus on whether wealthy school districts lose part of their aid to poorer ones.
Fans take to social media to reflect on one of the most prolific sports stars of all time.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. rose for the second consecutive week after a slide that lasted months.
The death of more than two dozen egrets in west Wichita is being investigated by the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism.
Kansas farmers have begun harvesting what appears to be a bountiful wheat crop.