Kelly Saberi, KSNT News

Kelly Saberi


Topeka, KS, United States

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Past articles by Kelly:

Students, advocates rally at KU, K-State against sexual assault

(KSNT) – Students all over northeast Kansas and the midwest are banding together against sexual assault, with protests from KU, K-State to Mizzou, and even UMKC. The coordinated rallies all began with a movement here in northeast Kansas. Tuesday’s events were meant to do two main things: honor the stories of sexual assault survivors and ask […] → Read More

Semi driver rescues man after wheelchair falls on him

A semi-truck driver is being called a hero for jumping into action to help a Topeka man after his wheelchair fell on top of him. → Read More

Emporia woman urges community to get the vaccine after COVID-19 battle

EMPORIA, Kan. (KSNT) — A Kansas woman is finally home after a weeks-long battle with coronavirus that nearly killed her. Now she says getting the vaccine could be the difference between missing out on the big milestones in her family’s lives and being there to see them grow up. “I shouldn’t be here,” Kelly Noller said. […] → Read More

Topeka man might become tallest man in the U.S.

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – A Topeka man is reaching new heights, potentially becoming the tallest man in the United States. Actor Daniel Gilchrist grew up in Topeka, graduated from Topeka High, and particularly loved the story of Frankenstein. So he was cast as the role in the Topeka Civic Theater production of the monster. He’s […] → Read More

Local Olympic athletes, pitmaster open ‘Gold Medal’ restaurant

LAWRENCE (KSNT) – At first glance, one may walk by Gold Medal Barbecue and assume the name refers to their winnings in barbecue competitions, but it actually refers to the Olympic history of owners Kyle and Christina Clemons. The Clemons are world-champion runners, Kyle taking home the gold medal in the 4×400 relay in Rio […] → Read More

Army worms go to war with Kansas lawns & gardens, here’s how to fight back

TOPEKA (KSNT) – The army worm has moved into Northeast Kansas, causing major problems for people who take pride in their lawn. The worm is fittingly named, because for people suffering from an infestation, they move like a mob. In some cases, people’s lawns were virtually covered in the crawling creatures. These worms love cool […] → Read More

Here’s when downtown Topeka’s new Italian restaurant is opening

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Topeka has a new restaurant serving up Italian grub and it’s opening to the public Tuesday night. Fedeli’s is taking the place of The Weather Room in The Cyrus Hotel. The menu features pasta and steaks, along with a new selection of wine and craft cocktails. There are local breweries on tap […] → Read More

Most expensive Fourth of July for gas prices since 2014

SHAWNEE COUNTY, Kan. (KSNT) – With the countdown to the Fourth of July underway and the pandemic in check, plenty of people are ready to hit the road. But driving to those family picnics, barbecues, and fireworks shows will likely cost you a lot more this year as nationwide gas prices are up more than […] → Read More

Seneca native, F-16 Viper airman home in northeast Kansas for final airshow

TOPEKA (KSNT) – For one local man, the Thunder Over The Heartland airshow was more than just another performance. Adam Carr is from Seneca, Kansas. He is a senior airman crew chief with the F-16 Viper Demonstration Team. He and his team closed out the show both Saturday and Sunday, showing off their speed. He […] → Read More

Anti-venom hiss-teria: temperatures, snake bites increase; how to avoid costly medical bill

Summertime in northeast Kansas means sharing the backyard with snakes, including some venomous species. Snake bites can be costly, both physically and financially. → Read More

People outraged after Kansas cemetery cleans grave decorations into trash bags without warning

A cemetery in Scranton is facing controversy after dozens of gravestone decorations were collected without warning and crammed into trash bags for people to sort through. → Read More

Topeka teen hugged mom’s accused killer, his best friend, before turning him in

Topeka siblings Dillon and Sidney Jay look like twins despite their three-year age difference. → Read More

Restaurants paying nearly 400% more for chicken amid shortage

A national chicken shortage is hitting restaurants hard, and you may have noticed some changes on your favorite menus. → Read More

Lyon County deputy reflects after 3 Kansas teens die when car crashes into river

A Lyon County sheriff's deputy is explaining what it was like to try and save the three teenagers who died when the car they were riding in crashed into the Cottonwood River south of Emporia Saturday night. → Read More

Car crashes into Cottonwood River, water rescue underway

EMPORIA (KSNT) – First responders are searching for possible victims after a car crashed into the Cottonwood River in Emporia, according to Lyon County Dispatch. They say the crash occurred near Road 150 and Road J. One person is currently in the hospital at Newman Regional Health. A dive team is on its way to […] → Read More

One person seriously injured after crash in southeast Topeka

A crash has left one person with serious injuries after they t-boned a DHL truck in southeast Topeka. → Read More

Kansas teen recovering after near-fatal car crash, mom thanks app for saving life

WAMEGO, Kan. (KSNT) – A 16-year-old from Wamego is teaching people of all ages that we are not invincible while texting and driving, speeding, or driving impaired, and his mom thanks an app for telling her that he was in danger, otherwise their family would look a lot different today. Palmer Nowlin was hanging out […] → Read More

Mayetta family celebrates 30th birthday of mom, days after crash took her life

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) — A Mayetta family is remembering 29-year-old Rachael McCoy, who died after she was thrown from her car in a crash near Mayetta. The crash killed her instantly and sent her two kids, 7-year-old Wyatt and 11-year-old Delilah Jane, to Stormont Vail Hospital in Topeka, along with 83-year-old Wayne Dunn of Lyndon. […] → Read More

Asian-American representative talks supporting Asian people after racist encounter

TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – A Kansas state lawmaker is speaking out after being racially profiled in a Kansas bar. This comes just days after six people of Asian descent were shot and killed in an Atlanta spa. The democrat who represents Westwood, a Kansas City neighborhood, was invited to participate in a public broadcasting program […] → Read More

Jefferson Co. now using text for 911 emergencies

JEFFERSON CO., Kan. (KSNT) – People can now use text to contact 911 dispatchers in the event of an emergency in Jefferson County. All it takes is sending a message to the same number you would typically call for help, 9-1-1. The process is slightly slower than calling someone as the dispatchers will need to […] → Read More