Two subjects completed a credit transaction using an illegal credit card at a Topeka Target.
First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver the May 17, 2014 commencement address to graduating seniors from Topeka Public Schools.
On Wednesday, Topeka leaders proved that a bright future is ahead for those who live in the capital city and their families.
A partnership of USD #345 Seaman and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka have received a major grant award to benefit the health and wellness…
The Topeka City Council approved a new property maintenance code enforcement ordinance effective July 1, 2014.
An accident in the Montara neighborhood ended with a vehicle in a front yard.
List of changes to Ft. Riley in “Campaign Plan 2020”: 2014 -Open Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Center – Approval of Kansas national…
The popular M&M’s Store in Downtown Topeka has brought a lot of sweet success and it’s benefiting more than just the pop-up shop itself.
The “Kansas Children’s Discovery Center” installed a new sustainable rain garden system.
The Downtown Revitalization Project is getting a boost in funding.
The Gage Park Mini-Train and Carousel are scheduled to open for the season on Friday.
Westar Energy employees rolled up their sleeves for a good cause Thursday.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is now a designated “Family Place Library.” That means it is a learning environment for very yo…
Topeka’s 6th Annual Tulip Time has been delayed one week, and scheduled to run April 11-27.
A preliminary hearing is set for a man accused of murder at a Topeka apartment complex.
Kansas First News Anchor Natalie Davis will be there to speak about her personal experience having a brother with Autism Spectrum Disorder a…
Shawnee County Commissioner Bob Archer has taken a stand against The Affordable Care Act.
Changes to code enforcement was the topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Topeka City Council work session.
Jingga, the Topeka Zoo’s 3-year-old Sumatran tigress, is pregnant.
Teamster Union members claim Shawnee County services are suffering because employees are not getting a raise.
A local church was the site of a family health fair Sunday.
A Kansas native and University of Kansas graduate spoke Saturday at Topeka’s Fire Station No. 2 about American values.
The sounds of the “Old West” could be heard on Washburn University’s campus Saturday night.
Wresting fans got their fill of the sport this weekend at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka.
Growth in Riley County has new day cares opening every month.