Every year the latest and greatest in home improvements are available at the Topeka Home Show, and this year is no exception.
Some Kansans, say their insurance companies are letting them down.
A silent auction and baked goods sale will take place during the games on her behalf.
The group ‘Kansans Against Common Core’ has been working to repeal those standards for three years.
The bill affects collective bargaining rights for school employees and now the House Commerce committee’s quick decision on the matter is ra…
Local Latino leaders are leading the fight against a controversial Senate bill known as “The Rule of Law Restoration Act.”
Lent observances date back to the 4th century.
A fight has developed between Republicans and Democrats over a phrase used frequently by Governor Sam Brownback.
One lawmaker has been critical of voice votes for years and says Kansans should be too.
Lost their businesses in an early morning fire on January 2nd.
Macey Hensley, shows off her presidential knowledge.
Protesters made it known that they’re not happy about the deep cuts to public education funding during the Governor’s Listening Tour on Frid…
Local law enforcement has been working for years to get substances known as “K2” or “Spice” off the streets.
Until death do us part…that’s the vow a few Kansas lawmakers would like to see more married couples committed to.
Protecting your identity by using a new mailbox.
For the last year we’ve been telling you about Topeka’s eyesores. Now city leaders may finally be getting somewhere.
Harvesters goal is to feed the hungry today and end hunger tomorrow.
If you’re one of the thousands of Americans who admits to using a cell phone while driving, it might be time to change your habit.
Fort Riley uphill battle
“To trace the origins of their union, you must go back — and back, and back, and back — to the early 1930s.”