The Jeff West softball team won its regional on Tuesday night and advanced to the 4A DII state tournament next week.
The Seaman Lady Vikings beat Shawnee Heights 2-0 to advance to the regional championship game.
Emphasis will be on improving neighborhoods and public safety
The Hayden Lady Wildcats used a pair of comeback victories to earn a trip to state.
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KSNT NEWS looks into what the legislatures’ overtime is costing taxpayers.
Elmont Elementary students started a campaign called “Thanks for Changing Nepal.”
The 5-year-old from Council Grove toured the Reagan Presidential Library.
Junction City is about to get a new senior center, one that backers hope will be more accessible to the area’s seniors.
The bridge will be open for the NHRA races this weekend.
Despite months of discussion about how to close the state’s $410-million shortfall, lawmakers still aren’t getting anywhere.
The Hayden Lady Wildcats earned a 10-0 shutout against Wichita-Collegiate.
Clarifying the legality of fantasy leagues.
The Kansas Senate has approved a compromise on regulations that ride-hailing company Uber says will allow it to stay in the state.
New research from K-State reveals your genes are a contributing factor in your success.
On Tuesday, it was announced that Hinchcliffe will be out of competition for the foreseeable future.
A new study ranks the worst rural roads and bridges in the country.
Automakers must conduct recalls even if they are for defective parts.
Riley County residents can meet for NextCoffee to learn more about their police department and the work they do in the community.
The Los Angeles City Council has voted to raise the minimum wage in the city to $15 an hour by 2020, making it the largest city in the natio…
The state has temporarily taken over a Topeka nursing home after its owners couldn’t make payroll and no one else stepped forward to run it.
An officer’s daughter attending K-State this fall is this year’s recipient of the RCPD’s annual scholarship.
A lawsuit has been filed against four Tennessee non-profits, alleging they scammed more than $187 million from people around the country.
Will be turned over to their families for burial now that investigators have completed the process of identifying them.
Now that Patriots owner Robert Kraft is not appealing his team’s punishments in the deflated footballs scandal, only his quarterback’s chall…