Free Enterprise was the spirit of a competition Tuesday in Topeka.
The Topeka Police Department has canceled the Silver Alert for 74-year-old William J. Braun.
The holocaust happened more than 50 years ago but for those survivors, it’s something that haunts them everyday. Kansas First News reporter …
Topeka Zoo staffers are preparing for the birth of two or three Sumatran tiger cubs as early as this week, and their plan includes time indo…
Kansas First News first reported the story on Friday when 54-year-old Ken Mildfeldt found his three-wheeled bike in pieces after it was stol…
Washburn University recently received a gift of more than $1 million from the estate of Mabel Asenath Clem Henderson.
A Manhattan autism program is partnering with Kansas State University to study a new method of engaging kids with autism and ADHD.
An elementary school in Osage County is raising money for a young girl with a fatal medical disease.
Imagine being able to buy food at a farmers market for half-off.
Get ready to see more bicycles in downtown Topeka. Kansas First News reporter Vanessa Martinas tells us more about a bike rental program tha…
The Shawnee County Parks Department with the Assistance of the Topeka Fire Department will be conducting a prescribed burn of Burnett’s Moun…
A change in Shawnee County Courthouse security would provide more staff for the sheriff’s office.
Spring is here, and for one organization, that also means it’s “mural painting season.”
Topeka Public Schools has released ticketing information for its commencement ceremony.
Kids of all ages took a stroll through the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library today to learn more about recycling and going green.
People in Pottawatomie county are reaping the benefits of Manhattan’s booming economy.
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.