Board members are discussing if students should be randomly tested for drugs throughout the school year.
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The capital city is bringing in the big bucks as the USA Kansas Kids Wrestling State Tournament begins March 25, 2017 – March 26, 2017.
Members from the Brain Injury Association of Kansas are making their way to the statehouse to get lawmakers to understand the seriousness of…
Spring break 2017 is here which means it’s the perfect opportunity for you and your family to get out and have some fun in the Capital City.
Manhattan city commissioners are considering adding more space and job opportunities to the K-State foundation program.
A man is dead after a crash near the intersection of NE Kincaid Rd. and NE 62nd St. on Wednesday night.
Funeral arrangements are set for Blake Cazier, a two-year old Topeka boy who died on Tuesday from a battle against Acute Monoblastic Leukemi…
Topeka’s Irish Fest and Saint Patrick’s Day parade still went on.
United Way in Junction City is short more than $20,000 of its campaign which could means cuts to people in the community.
The SilverSparkle organization is helping young women out with free dresses this year.
IHOP is feeding thousands of people for National Pancake Day.
Westar Energy workers are finishing up restoring power to dozens of people who left in the dark.
A man is furious after seeing his Westar Energy bill quadrupled after he says he got a smart meter for his home.
United Way’s Young Leaders Society celebrates their 30 thousandth book giveaway to students.
Does your car put you at a higher chance for being pulled over? Local police expose the top ways you’re catching their attention.
A bill was passed stating kids have to get a meningitis vaccine as young as 11 years old.
Neighbors in Alma can finally see a doctor and dentist in their area after the county has been without medical and dental services for years…
Topeka’s Public Works team prepares to speak in front of council members about a budget for the city’s roads.