The recent upheaval in Ukraine was the topic of a forum Monday night in Topeka.
For a little more than 2 weeks….starting Friday, March 28th through April 13th, there is going to be a temporary pop up store downtown.
There will be no raises for rank and file deputies in Shawnee County this year.
Citizens tasked with collecting information about issues affecting disabled Topekans and forwarding them to local elected officials want to …
Part of a busy Topeka highway might be a bit smokey Monday morning.
The Shawnee Heights Fire District (SHFD) is celebrating their 75th year of service to the public.
City officials, emergency response teams and business owners are preparing for tougher travel once construction begins on a Southwest Topeka…
Helping Hands Humane Society has selected Richard (Dick) Kline as the new Executive Director effective March 24, 2014.
Topeka’s newest restaurant will open on St. Patrick’s Day.
Schools, businesses and people state-wide were encouraged to run tornado drills Tuesday in preparation for tornado season.
A Topeka elementary school had a visit from someone famous.
If the first thing you crave in the morning is pancakes, you’re in luck because it’s National Pancake Day.
The City of Topeka is altering its snow plan to prepare for this weekend’s potential snowfall event.
Sleet and snow has begun to fall and that means slick roads and a cold start to your morning.
A Topeka man will spend the next 50 years of his life behind bars for murdering two people over a span of 12 years.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office has seen an increase in reports of fraudulent callers claiming to be Westar Energy employees attempting …
According to the Executive Director of “Doorstep Inc.” Lisa Cain, 669 people were served and another 349 orders were delivered.
Two people have been arrested for manufacturing methamphetamine.
This bill will allow the Board of Pharmacy to put into place a tech certification which will raise the standards of pharmacy techs throughou…
Several downtown businesses and state offices have given employees the option for a shortened 30 minute lunch for years.
A new study claims race plays a major role in who police pull over for certain traffic stops.
There has been talk about domestic violence over the past few weeks.
Briggs Auto is holding a contest where contestants guess what day all of the snow under the winning vehicle will melt to win the car.
Teens are buckling up throughout Kansas in the name of safety.
Over 500 students committed to a higher education at Washburn Tech this morning.