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One injured in downtown Topeka snowplow crash

One injured in downtown Topeka snowplow crash

Topeka police are responding to a car crash with a snowplow near the Kansas Statehouse Wednesday morning.  CAR ACCIDENT: A snow plow vs. car accident reported around 8:04 at 6th and Harrison st.Posted by KSNT News on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 The crash occurred at the intersection of SW 6th Avenue and Harrison Street. One person was taken…More

The great snowman hunt!

The great snowman hunt!

KSNT News is looking for your best snowman entries. If you build one, please email your pictures to dgarrett@ksnt.com. We may feature your snowman on the news tonight! KSNT News is looking for the best snowman in Topeka! Tell us where to look!Posted by KSNT News on Wednesday, February 20, 2019More

Schools, government offices close, start late after snow

Schools, government offices close, start late after snow

Schools, businesses and government offices in Kansas have closed or announced plans to start late after another round of snow.The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning and winter weather advisory across northern and eastern parts of the state. The Kansas Department of Transportation says many roads in the state are partially or completely snow covered.Gov. Laura…More

Expect gradual clearing with improving road conditions

Expect gradual clearing with improving road conditions

​Winter Storm Warning continues until 9am for Brown, Clay, Cloud, Marshall, Nemaha, Republic and Washington counties.Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the remaining counties to 9am Wednesday…Snow began late yesterday. Most of the accumulating snowfall happened between 6pm and 1am. Some spots had light freezing drizzle and light snow as the system gradually pulled away.Preliminary snow…More

What are city and highway road conditions?

What are city and highway road conditions?

You can keep an eye on today’s road conditions online as they continue to change. Just go to the state’s KanDrive website.David Studebaker, highway maintence supervisor with the Kansas Department of Transportation, tells KSNT News that the current plan is to start heavy treatment between 4:30 am and 5 am in order to be ready for…More

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