Being held on $10,000 bail after authorities say he threatened to cut off his neighbor’s head with a machete unless he turned down his music…
A North Carolina beach town is advising against ocean swimming after two youths were mauled by at least one shark over the weekend — but the…
China denies involvement in the cyberattack that is being called the most damaging national security loss in more than a decade.
The eastern half of Texas was preparing for renewed flooding as Tropical Storm Bill approached the state’s Gulf Coast.
Topeka water rescue crews show KSNT News just how they get the job done.
Lorenzo Cain hit a two-run home run to help the Royals defeat his former franchise.
The Chicago Blackhawks won their third Stanley Cup in the last six seasons.
H says he’ll introduce a bill that takes control of air traffic operations away from the government and places it under the control of a cor…
Gap plans to close 175 of its namesake stores in North America, or 18 percent of its current total, and cut 250 jobs at its headquarters.
Authorities have said that police shot and killed 26-year-old Icarus Randolph on July 4 when he came toward officers with a knife.
Ballots are due for Topeka and Washburn Rural school districts Tuesday at noon.
The owners of a Manhattan home spent part of today assessing the damage to their home after it was struck by lightning.
The Kansas Legislature voted to approve a new revenue plan on Friday, but like many bills, it does more than meets the eye.
We’re six weeks into the new community policing centers in Topeka, we take a look at how it’s working for the Capital City.
Officials say the state math and reading tests this year went off with relatively few hitches.
Three Kansas State Wildcat baseball players, and one Emporia State player were drafted in the 2015 MLB Draft.
A new report shows that 2 percent of the Kansas winter wheat has been cut since harvest activity began last week in the state.
Six months after the director of the Hutchinson Animal Shelter resigned amid a disagreement over use of inmate labor, the city is still look…