Topeka police have identified the two victims in Thursday night’s fatal shooting.
A former Oklahoma City police officer was convicted Thursday of raping and sexually victimizing eight women on his police beat in a minority…
The Topeka Post Office has released guidelines to ensure that your mail arrives at a military or international destination in time for the h…
Darby Hirsch from Washburn Rural High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The Highland Park boys basketball team lost in overtime in the semifinal round of the Blue Valley Shootout on Thursday night.
The law taking effect in August requires public universities to designate specific areas where people with concealed handgun permits can car…
The Kansas City Council was told that a new single terminal would cost about $964 million. Renovations were estimated to cost over a billion…
A 40-year-old soldier from Fort Riley was driving a Harley Davidson and another person was driving a Camry when the crash occurred.
Golden Heart Bike Club and Jingle Bell Ride help children & families.
The Kansas volleyball team will take on Loyola Marymount in the Sweet 16 on Friday night in San Diego.
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.