The Topeka YMCA branches are working to better serve local veterans.
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A well-known Topeka restaurant will be in the national spotlight and the owner wants you to come out and support.
The Shawnee County District Attorney’s office will hire two new attorneys. This comes after getting more of your tax dollars from the county…
Local students from all backgrounds came together on Sunday.
Too many students, not enough space.
The Lawrence Police Department and Riley County Police sent out a statement Friday about staying safe during holiday breaks.
A group of high school students were honored for their hard work on Wednesday.
The Ramada West in Topeka will close next week, according to the property’s general manager Victoria Meyers.
A weekend of smashing, crashing and bashing is making its return to the Capital City.
With Veteran’s Day quickly approaching, one group of ladies is making sure those who served our country will sleep easy.
The Topeka Police tweeted out a photo of a receipt from lunch with a note from a woman who paid for a couple officers’ meals.
According to Kansas Highway Patrol, a Topeka man and a St. Marys man were injured in a plane crash Sunday afternoon.
Three former members of the Kansas National Guard were inducted into the Hall of Fame on Sunday.
Police arrested Anthony Johnson, 31, of Junction City, around 2:30 Saturday morning on several charges.
More than 400 Hayden students traveled to various organizations in the community, including the Easterseals Capper Foundation.
The conversations surrounding DACA continue in the Capital City on Friday.
The Riley County Police Department posted a statement on their Facebook page late Friday afternoon in regards to an investigation involving …
One summer baseball team will not be forming a team next season.