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Now that severe weather season has arrived in Kansas, some parents wonder if their children are safe at school.
Topeka school leaders tried to provide some answers during an assembly at Topeka West High School Thursday, but some students felt their foc…
Some middle schoolers were recognized as “Champions of Character.”
A national treasure that pays tribute to a fallen Topeka Police Officer, is back in the capital city for the first time since his death.
“We are bringing in Fan Favorites that have not appeared at other Cons in the region.”
A morning school bus accident raises questions about school bus safety overall, find out what local school officials have to say.
They walked 60 miles over the weekend to let lawmakers know they’re not happy with the new school funding plan.
Easter isn’t until next week but that didn’t stop Peter Cotton-tail from visiting early.
The Topeka West Charger Band Program held a fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday to raise money for a trip to next year’s Alamo Bowl.
Nearly 200 students from across three school districts took part in a conference for young women.
We’re told recent funding cuts mean one Kansas school can’t even afford toilet paper.
Topeka West High School is holding its annual Military Career Day on Friday.
Carrying a gun in Kansas is about to get much easier, you won’t have to get a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
If you see those flashing lights in your rear view mirror, pull over and get ready to put your hands up.
Topeka Police officers and the Shawnee County Sheriff met with local high school students in hopes of improving how the two groups get along…
The Salvation Army of Topeka has selected Nate Hill, a financial advisor for Edward Jones and formerly the news director for KSNT News, as t…
Topeka looking to rebuild, replace or repair city sidewalks
Kansas educators may dislike Governor Sam Brownback’s education reform plan, but they’re getting behind lawmakers’ newest proposal to replac…
Research hope to make wheat available to everyone.
Thousands of unemployed and impoverished Kansans may soon be getting back on their feet, all thanks to a federal grant that will expand stat…
Testimony before a House committee wrapped up Thursday on a bill to expand the state’s privatized Medicaid program, known as KanCare.
daughter speaks after find her mother shot dead
USD 501 robotics program is still running strong
Even though Obamacare is now a law, more than 150 thousand Kansans are still without medical insurance.