WWE will return to Topeka in October.
RedTire is short for re-directing your retirement.
There’s been an increase in cases of people getting brown recluse spider bites in parts of the south. But should Kansan’s be worried?
Theatre summer camps are available for different age groups throughout the summer.
The station was renovated more than 10 years ago after sitting vacant for a number of years.
Despite news of shootings, stabbings, and assaults in recent weeks, Topeka crime is down.
Fort Scott Community College board votes out their president
The vandals struck the north end of in the capitol city, the second time in a week where there’s been a vandalism spree.
Highland Park High School drama students loaded up the bus Tuesday morning.
Talking to your kids about drugs and alcohol is never easy, but it is possible.
Zoo staff watched as the cubs explored the area before the Zoo opened to the public.
You can look forward to spending a little less to fill up your vehicle this week.
The event was held at the Central Park Community Center.
Nutritious dessert doesn’t have to lack flavor
Patrons signed a copy of ‘Where the Wild things Are’ and passed it down the line to celebrate the opening of the new Lawrence Public Library…
World famous clinician Clinton Anderson will be bringing his Walkabout Tour to the Kansas Expocentre on August 2nd and 3rd. It’s a two-day h…
This tennis court isn’t going to be used much at night because these light poles have no power.
Nearly 1 out of 5 people lives below the poverty line and the majority of them are children.
Preparations are underway for one of the most popular festivals in Topeka.
The giveaways are on the fourth Tuesday of every month from April through November.
Washburn staff, coaches, and players remember the life of head baseball coach Steve Anson after he passed away on Sunday.
Thanks to a generous gift by Westar Energy, many folks in the Topeka area will get a break from the heat.
A digital book mobile has made a stop at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library parking lot.
Topeka-native and University of Kansas graduate Gary Woodland returned home for a tournament at Alvamar Country Club on Monday.
The Bern and Everest tornadoes, along with other severe storms around the state have pushed Westar engineers to the limit.