Organizers are calling it a historic moment for the theatre and Topeka
State officials find ways to help children in the foster care system find families throughout Kansas and Missouri.
The Red Cross and Topeka Fire Department will install those alarms in the Hi-Crest west community this Saturday starting at 1 p.m.
The unknown man broke a window at Washburn Rural High School allowing him entry into the school.
The purpose of the filing is to receive a judicial determination regarding the validity of the petition.
Anyone with information regarding these incidents are asked to contact the Washburn University Police.
Council agrees to talk, but only talk, about purchase deal.
There will be a program change tonight due to the Kansas Senate Debate tonight on 27 KSNT.
District court will decide if Heartland Park Petition is valid
Teachers learn new ways to keep students engaged while in the classroom
The rivalry between fire departments and police departments goes back decades.
The store sells olive oils that have a variety of fruit and spice flavors.
How do you teach kids to not use marijuana when places throughout the U.S. are legalizing it?
A community is showing their support for a victim of a head-on collision that happened this weekend.
The capitol building was one of 14 recipients of the annual award.
A petition to force a public vote on Heartland Park has been delivered to city hall just two days before the deadline.
Only 450 tickets are sold to the event and it is sold out every year.
On Saturday, the store will have activities for the public and free food samples to enjoy from noon to 3 p.m.
Loss discovered while church members were feeding meals to the needy.
Another Topeka business has closed its doors Monday.
The problem of where to go for mental illness treatment has been partially solved in Topeka.
Community members raised money for the family of Corporal Jason Harwood at the Dining for Dollars charity event.
Topeka’s newest police chief is officially on the job Wednesday.
The United Way of Topeka honored some very special people Tuesday.
Middle and high school students got a glimpse into the construction industry Tuesday.