Just after they had the wrapping torn off of them, Christmas gifts find their way back onto the shelves of local stores.
On Christmas, a Topeka teen continued her annual tradition of thanking those who protect us every day of the year.
“It’s such a blessing to gain strength.”
those not celebrating Christmas made sure others enjoyed the holiday on a full stomach
Pitch your forks and grab your chop sticks. Some people will be eating egg rolls and beef teriyaki this Christmas time.
Law enforcement agencies around the state are worried their budgets may soon shrink. That’s if state lawmakers choose to pursue an initiativ…
Officers with the Emporia Police Department were outfitted with the cameras in October, something Emporians are picking up on.
What you need to know when turning on your heaters this winter.
To coincide with the holiday break for area schools, the Kansas Expocentre has added 13 public ice skating sessions to the event calendar.
Ever heard of holiday heart syndrome? Doctors say it’s a real thing that could land you in the hospital this holiday season.
“It doesn’t make sense to take away something like that just because of a handful of people.”
Confusion, anger and sadness. Those were some of the emotions Mike Jackson felt when he lost his 20-year-old son Daquhan to a shooting. His …
Her determination didn’t let a tragic car accident stand in her way of getting back onstage.
The store was called Liquidation Center and it was in Southeast Topeka near 29th and California.
After five years, residents in a Southwest Topeka neighborhood say they’re fed up with a half-finished house.
The Indian mascot has been a tradition of the school going on 75 years now.
Cox has been active in the African American community and currently serves as the President of the Wichita branch of the NAACP.
How one town took advantage of the premiere of Star Wars.