Mars Inc. is planning a $100 million expansion to its Kansas Candy Making Plant, just a year after the grand opening.
Many Kansas educators are starting to believe their profession is under attack, not only from the state Legislature, but now the State Board…
The start of school is only about a month away and there are still about 500 open teaching positions across the state.
Emergency responders explain the best ways to stay safe on the road in the event of a flash flood.
The death of Lily Coats-Nichols has become a catalyst for change. Residents work together to put an end to the violence for good.
A Thursday morning shooting marks the third shooting Topeka has seen in a week, two of which occurred in the Hi Crest neighborhood.
Lily Coats-Nichols has been taken off of life support and donation of her organs is underway
Saving yourself from a heart attack could be as simple as cutting out a yummy ice cream drum stick…
A Topeka man and his four-year-old son are recovering Monday evening from severe burns after their car exploded on the Oakland Expressway Su…
It’s just one of many mental health agencies struggling to maintain services.
Church leaders say this change has been 40 years in the making.
Could the Topeka RoadRunners be hitting the road?
As of Wednesday the tax on cigarettes is now 50 cents higher, and while that has some smokers upset, many health advocates believe the new t…
Starting Wednesday, the state sales tax jumps to 6.5 percent.
Class is open to people with type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, gestational diabetes and caregivers.
Theron Wilson prepares to continue his basketball journey that has spanned several countries.
The move comes more than a year-and-a-half after staffing and other technical issues closed the facility,
Some help for veterans coping with PTSD during the July 4th fireworks season.