The year’s biggest movie comes out in just a week, so local businesses talked to KSNT News about the hottest Star Wars items and trends.
A Missouri man has been reunited with his 9-year-old and 11-year-old daughters after his ex-wife allegedly took them and fled to Europe.
Should the court declare a 2014 law unconstitutional and lose all funding in 2017 or give up some of it’s administrative power?
The Kansas City Royals announced the signing of Joakim Soria on Thursday afternoon.
Abduljaleel Alarbash, who died after trying to stop a suicide bomber in Saudi Arabia, will receive an honorary degree.
A legislative committee delayed approval of an audit of Department of Children and Families, which has been accused of discriminating agains…
Families of gun violence victims in Newtown and Aurora demand new gun laws on Capitol Hill.
A Topeka city councilman has denied allegations that he physically abused his 12-year-old son.
Investigators believed he was just passing through Utah, but didn’t know where he was headed or what he was doing in Utah.
Sparking a campus lockdown before police took him into custody without any shots fired.
Kansas lawmakers tasked with making school finance recommendations have heard conflicting arguments about whether more money for schools mea…
House Democrats announced they will make ending a ban to use federal funding to research gun violence a top priority Thursday morning.
As the Kansas Highway Patrol continues to recruit to fill a shortage of troopers, 20 new graduates will begin training in their newly assign…
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl says he walked off his base in Afghanistan to cause a crisis that would catch the attention of military brass.
Attorneys on both sides of a lawsuit dealing with the Kansas Supreme Court’s administrative power are conceding that legislators have some s…
Brownback has named interim secretaries for the state Department of Corrections and the Department of Aging and Disability Services.
Officials say the child was in good health and was transported back to Topeka by Topeka Police Detectives.
Was convicted in June in Jackson County of first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the September 2014 death of Sherill Collins.