You’ll now have one less place to buy ice melt or other Winter supplies in the Capital City.
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A Kansas man running for governor said he’s dropping out of the race.
The City of Topeka is gearing up for icy streets Thursday morning.
The Topeka Fire Department responded to two separate structure fires at the same time on Wednesday.
A local church started construction on a new addition Saturday.
One of the longest running circuses in the United States is back in the Capital City.
Emporia State University’s new residence hall will be named after its 14th president and the first woman hired by the Kansas Board of Regent…
Two adults and five children were able to escape a house fire with no injuries Sunday morning.
The city of Manhattan has tabled the idea of selling an Aggieville parking lot.
Some advocates for people with developmental disabilities are upset with KanCare.
A local man is honored Wednesday for rescuing a woman from the freezing cold.
A neighbor rescued a pet dog in a southeast Topeka garage fire on Wednesday.
A fire broke out in an apartment building in downtown Topeka Wednesday afternoon.
The Topeka West Charger Band announced Monday it will travel to Tampa, Fla. during the 2018-2019 season. They will perform as part of the Ou…
A Holton woman was arrested Monday morning on a warrant for 2nd degree attempted murder and aggravated battery.
A Topeka man was arrested late Friday after a car stop in Holton.
One man was taken into custody early Monday morning after a report of shots fired into an occupied vehicle.