It’s National Sandwich Month! Try this soy recipe!
About 20 students gathered on the lawn in front of the Student Union Wednesday.
Riders were asked to evaluate existing bus service and suggest improvements.
Water main breaks have become a wet, unfortunate trend lately for Topeka.
About a hundred students spent the afternoon at the Brown v. Board of Education National Park as part of their law school orientation.
The project began Tuesday August 6th, closing the eastbound I-470 to Gage Boulevard exit ramp and Gage Blvd. to westbound I-470 entrance ram…
For most, the thought of a cane or walking stick may mean physical limitations or old age but this is not always the case.
Two pieces of good news came out of the budget approved Monday morning.
Topeka City Manager Jim Colson announced Friday that James Brown will serve as the new Chief of Police for Topeka.
Additional officers will focus on identifying drivers who are impaired by alcohol or otherwise operating their vehicle in an unsafe manner.
Hot dogs, chips, and ice cream were provided. It was hosted by the Westside Pride Booster Club.
We have a travel alert for you this morning.
The summer fun is over and it’s time for students to hit the books.
School bus safety starts before your child even gets on the bus.
With most schools starting back up this week, kids will be walking to school, waiting at bus stops, and riding in buses.
Topeka is going to the dogs.
The state’s First Lady has a new book to add to her collection.
The business says they will continue to support the downtown project and be advocates for the community.
The “Up In Smoke” tour featuring Cheech & Chong and WAR, is making a stop at the Kansas Expocentre on Wednesday, September 17th.
National Night Out Against Crime is to help create a sense of community between neighbors and police agencies.
In March President Barack Obama nominated him to serve as the U.S. Marshal for Kansas.
The St. Francis Health brand is sporting a new look.
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?