KSNT News looks at how the law determines who gets probation, who goes to prison and for how long.
“We just never comment on campaign activities that we are engaged in.”
A house fire in Topeka Monday night that created more than an $36,000 in damages may have been an arson.
A loose ember from an incinerator was the source of a brush fire that firefighters have been trying to contain since 10:15 a.m., according t…
For more than three years Chloe Howey was sexually abused by her adoptive father. At the age of 13 she became pregnant and gave birth to her…
The Kansas Highway Patrol is investigating after a tractor-trailer hauling an excavator hit a bridge in Hutchinson Monday. It happened on Hi…
A soldier assigned to the 1st Infantry Division died in Junction City.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s office is on the scene of a drowning near the Lake Shawnee Yacht Club.
Several friends posted to Twitter asking for help to find their friend.
The Kansas Supreme Court is expected to consider a measure that would reduce law licensing barriers for military spouses who’ve passed the b…
Videos of what appears to be child pornography uploaded to a Google account led police to arrest an Austin Independent School District teach…
The ex-husband of state Rep. Kasha Kelley alleges in a lawsuit that a family business owes him money.
TransCanada Corp. has shut down the Keystone pipeline while it investigates a possible spill in southeastern South Dakota.
A Federal Bureau of Prisons official has been appointed to lead the Kansas Department of Corrections.
Fire crews are keeping busy trying to contain a brush fire Monday morning.
A Kansas man who moved to the Philippines after his release from prison in 2012, moved without notifying authorities.
The manufacturer, Snyder’s-Lance, Inc., says the glass could potentially cause injury.
Shrinking farm incomes are putting pressure on Kansas farm co-ops to merge as a way to help producers cut their costs.