“We went through a training with the police department for what to look for, what to see. We have guys go out in the morning, some go out in…
The untitled series takes a first-hand look at the inner-workings of the universal American experience of life in public high school.
The 2017 Ms. Wheelchair Kansas (MWKS) was recently crowned during a weekend ceremony held March 19, 2017.
More than 1,000 third graders from Topeka Public Schools will converge on Yager Stadium at Moore Bowl on the Washburn University campus Frid…
Volunteers from around the community made their way to Oakland once again in support of National Women Build Week.
On ‘Week 3’ of Adopt-A-Pet, Meteorologist Kyle Borchert introduces you to three cute animals.
Topeka area letter carriers will hold their annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 13.
The Easterseals Capper Foundation is getting ready for their annual iCan Bike event that will take place on June 4 – 9 at Central Park Commu…
Topeka Go and the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce held the 37th annual Small Business Awards Recognition Program.
Topeka’s first responders will be partnering with the American Red Cross for the inaugural Topeka Red Cross Battle of the Badges blood drive…
If you have noticed a For Sale sign in the window of Stanley Flowers, it’s sad but true.
Harley, a ten-month-old, Maltese-yorkie mix, was reunited with his Topeka owner after a rollover accident last Tuesday.
Police said her keys were also given to a third party and her CRV Honda was left parked.
The lockdowns were lifted around 11:40 a.m.
The 35th annual statewide ceremony is set for noon Friday.
The Kansas Expocentre/SMG is thrilled to be hosting the second annual Third Thursday series at Heritage Hall.
The hospital said their commitment to Topeka and the surrounding communities remains the same.
The Safe Streets organization honored the family of a 2-year-old who died of cancer earlier this year.