If you are not a fan of vodka, just wait — Kyle is also working on a recipe for gin.
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More than a century ago, a Beloit congregation spent years building a church so ornate, it still surprises visitors.
Bob Severance is 91 years old and he started the whole thing 18 years ago.
Brian Arterburn and his wife, Claudale, share his story of survival and recovery for the first time with KSN News.
Luciano’s is putting Mulvane on the map.
“We’re important and we matter and we want to survive,” said Susan Young, Kingman County Economic Development Council.
Main Street Kansas Takes us to the Flint Hills and on a sunset ride that left from the Flying W Ranch in Clements.
It includes tripling the size of the kitchen for Meals on Wheels.
Next time he will have to share the spotlight with his other loves. “Yes, probably pizza and tacos,” added Griffen.
To apply for help or to donate to Wichita Cancer Foundation visit http://www.wichitacancerfoundation.org.
Dave retires from KSN to pursue a long-term, faith-based service assignment overseas.
A historic house, built in 1918 for former Kansas governor, Henry Allen is known to art lovers around the world, but not many Kansans.
Bradley’s Reimer’s recovery from a coma and the major milestones he is now celebrating.
A minister who lost his church and home to the tornado has written a book about it. He also talked about the warning that saved his life.
KSN traveled back to see the places we remember from a decade ago.