Sam and Miles Moore are working to become Eagle Scouts by helping their school.
One teenager painted something you wouldn’t expect to see on the school playground. He created a map of the United States at Auburn Elementa…
“I looked like walking death…really bad,” Mumma said.” “I was retaining water in my legs and in my stomach…”
Employees from Westar Energy’s Information Technology group volunteered at Harvesters Community Food on Friday.
“I got a BMX bike, that’s cool. I got another bike that’s cool too. It’s real cool to have people who actually care.”
This year marks the 50th Anniversary that the Gage Park Mini-Train has been giving rides to families of all ages.
One rider tells KSNT News the possibility of a cure motivates him to keep riding.
A young falcon flew the coop and came home safely.
The SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference is known as the world’s largest showcase of skilled trades.
“I don’t need a lot of credit,” said Noah, “I just want diabetes cured.”
At the end of the month 126 sets of tires were sold to write a check for $1,260 for Family Service and Guidance Center.
Two workers with Kansas Wildlife, Parks & Tourism helped save a woman at a northeast Kansas lake after her kayak overturned.
The fifth annual “Driving Hope for Homeless Kids” Golf Tournament was Thursday afternoon, raising money for the Topeka Rescue Mission.
Local high school students are using laughter to make a difference at their school.
The largest increase was in high school, which is typically the most difficult area to improve.
While protecting and serving the community, members of the Topeka Police Department and Topeka Fire Department see the need for blood first …
Volunteers from around the community made their way to Oakland once again in support of National Women Build Week.
Harley, a ten-month-old, Maltese-yorkie mix, was reunited with his Topeka owner after a rollover accident last Tuesday.