There are more than 65,000 special education students in the state of Kansas and teachers say there aren’t enough of them to go around.
Are you prepared if a shooter was to walk into your place of work?
Topekan mother concerned with schools protocol when putting her child on the wrong bus
With approximately $85,000 to pay for, property owners on that street could see their yearly taxes jump more than $900 – potentially for the…
residents reach their breaking point having to deal with continuous street issues
Compensation includes an annual salary of $220,000, split between the Chamber and GO Topeka, as well as other benefits and bonus options.
“Washburn University is one of the crown jewels of Topeka and we wanted to tie downtown to the campus by honoring its early benefactor.”
In Topeka the Salvation Army has only collected about $25,000 dollars for their Red Kettle campaign so far – about half of what they typical…
Winter weather this holiday weekend has been relentless. Energy crews worked around the clock since Saturday to fix the problems affecting s…
protecting your car in the winter can be hard, but there is one easy way to do it.
It will feature all you can eat samples from up to 24 restaurants.
Was postponed due to weather this past weekend.
The recent round of freezing rain has taken quite a toll on one of the nation’s top travel holidays.
Saturday’s Miracle on Kansas Avenue Parade, Rescue Run, and Community Tree Lighting and have been postponed.
cold and icy weather threatens Black Friday shopping
Nearly 50 years of serving hot meals to the Topeka community and officials say it’s for one reason, and one reason only.
All students, whether they ride the bus or not, are taught how to safely escape a bus crash.
It’s a question many are split on: What makes the perfect Christmas tree? KSNT News went to find out.