Kansas City’s game at Denver begins a stretch of three of the next four games on the road.
K-State Athletics is asking fans to help stripe out Bramlage Coliseum for its men’s basketball game with Oklahoma State.
The Wendy’s High School Heisman Program honors and rewards high school seniors that are well-rounded students.
KSN News is giving the governor a chance to explain his actions on the state budget and school finance.
Joshua A. Haskins, 40, Wichita, is facing several charges of child porn.
Authorities say a person of interest in the non-fatal shooting of a Texas judge last week has been charged with murder.
Friends, family, teammates and even competitors gathered in Sharon Springs Tuesday to say a final goodbye to Luke Schemm.
The Goddard Police Department is investigating after a player allegedly hit a referee last Friday after the playoff football game.
Cargill donated over 2,400 turkeys to help feed Kansas families who are considered food insecure.
Jimmy Carter says recent tests have found he’s responding well to treatment for cancer.
An advocacy group’s leader is warning that Kansas is likely to lose its federal arts dollars early next year.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest came down on the side of media in a face-off between protesters at the University of Missouri.
The world got its first look Tuesday morning at the highly-anticipated sequel to Disney Pixar’s “Finding Nemo.”
A blizzard warning has been issued for Tuesday night and Wednesday in the Great Plains east of Denver.
Test scores for new K-10 tests were to be released by now. KSN is asking why the numbers are not public.