Parents and students, get your pens and papers ready because in-person enrollment begins Wednesday for Topeka Public Schools.
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Tuesday morning Randel Ministries, Inc. as well as Harvesters, will be giving out food for those in need.
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The live-stream event features tigers from six zoos across the country.
If you’re traveling on Kansas highways this weekend, you may see an increased law enforcement presence.
Hundreds of people in one rural Northeast Kansas town have been without power three separate nights within the last six days.
Stab marks on three separate walls remain as a reminder to Edwards about what happened.
Nextgen’s Chophouse said they are looking to make a small contribution to ease the financial burden of the family
Nearly two years after Adrian Jones was killed, family, friends and even strangers organized a motorcycle ride Saturday in his honor.
A new law is forcing some water parks across Kansas to shut down their water slides.
A Kansas nuclear power plant was among hundreds of oil, gas and energy investment companies targeted by Russian hackers.
Criminal charges have been filed against a 17-year-old for the shooting death of 18-year-old Justice Mitchell.
“They were friends,” she said, “this kid used to come up to my house and sit in my son’s room and play PlayStation.”
A new store is open in Topeka and it’s the first of it’s kind in the capital city.
It’s her 15th season selling fireworks and although the days are long, she said her co-workers and customers are what keep her coming back.
“Something that’s been affecting this community lately is the violence, and it needs to stop.”
His father, Mayo Mitchell, said Justice was a great friend, great person and one of the best people that he had ever met.
“One simple request can turn into something so much bigger,” she said.