A Kansas waitress is proving age is only a number.
Schaffer sends his finished pieces all over the country — from California to South Carolina.
The tiny town of less than 400 people is packed with quirky grassroots art.
A remote spot in northwest Kansas is converting skeptics and bringing a town together.
If you are not a fan of vodka, just wait — Kyle is also working on a recipe for gin.
More than a century ago, a Beloit congregation spent years building a church so ornate, it still surprises visitors.
Competition from national chains has taken it’s toll, but one steakhouse is definitely bucking the trend.
Not only did the kids walk away feeling something special, so did the parents.
Bob Severance is 91 years old and he started the whole thing 18 years ago.
“It’s like our own little Cheers, everybody knows our name.”
And for some Oxford High School students, the mill is serving up life experiences.
The Yearouts are retired buffalo farmers.
According to George, the museum is packed with pictures that tell the story of what these kids had to go through to survive.
David Nelson has always lived in Little River. Nelson, along with his wife decided to buy the Garden of Eden grocery store 12 years ago.
In honor of Halloween, KSN teamed up with a group of paranormal investigators to go ghost hunting in Delano.