It’s one of the biggest fears people–especially those from out-of-state–have when they travel across Kansas: “What if there’s a tornado?” Wh…
Rossville High School senior Amanda Hill signed her National Letter of Intent on Wednesday afternoon to continue her basketball career at Ka…
Topeka Police acknowledged a rise in violent crime during a Safe Streets luncheon Wednesday afternoon.
She said she’s been going through the “painful” process of reliving the 2016 contest while writing a book.
Despite rising national graduation rates, low-income and minority students continue to lag behind their peers in finishing high school, acco…
Democrats stood firmly united against the health bill, which could come up for a vote as early as Thursday.
The Army’s professional journal says the image illustrates how women are increasingly exposed to dangerous situations in the military.
A rarely enforced IRS rule that says religious organizations and other non-profits that endorse political candidates risk losing their tax-e…
There have been 138 reported cases of mumps so far during this current outbreak.
Kansas transfer Carlton Bragg told ESPN he has committed to Arizona State.
Sedgwick County authorities say two people are charged in the stabbing death of an 86-year-old man.
Here is more information on some other high-profile killings by police:
Authorities say a small plane has crashed near a Kansas City suburb but only one of the four people aboard was hurt.
A Missouri man and woman have admitted using online ads for sexual services to find victims for armed robberies.
“Interesting” is how some Hutchinson Community College journalism students are describing the end of the school year.
The Safe Streets organization honored the family of a 2-year-old who died of cancer earlier this year.
Call it a statistical error: Police say two University of Kentucky students crawled through an air duct to steal a statistics exam from thei…
“It could have been a lot worse,” Jaclyn Hamby told KSNT News as she recalled the day her son nearly drowned.