A racially offensive video from a fraternity at of the University of Oklahoma has sparked outrage nationwide.
As the plan got its first review, lawmakers got an earful.
Manhattan wrapped up its eighth year of “Fake Patty’s Day” celebrations early Sunday morning.
The winner will receive a scholarship and have a chance to meet with the President of the United States.
The women will be presented with a yellow rose in appreciation for their service.
Although recent signs of job growth are encouraging to some, many who are still looking for work are down-right frustrated.
Kansas lawmakers are finally unveiling details about the future of public education funding, and many educators are still not happy.
Safety concerns for students while on campus.
After two days of thorough vetting, a Senate Committee has voted to approve Governor Sam Brownback’s nominee to the Kansas Court of Appeals.
A Topeka man honored for his efforts in protecting a victim of a domestic disturbance from her attacker at a BP station June of last year.
The rules regarding open public records in Kansas are long and complicated, and at a time when online communication is king — there’s one g…
The utility has requested a nearly eight percent rate hike overall and a twelve percent hike for residential consumers.
A bill that’s quickly advancing through the Kansas Legislature would ease restrictions on concealed carry around the state, and some are voi…
Hundreds came out to the “Beyond The Blaze” fundraiser.
Children talked with professional engineers about the wide variety of engineering careers.
The event was held for Project Topeka Food Drive.
Every year the latest and greatest in home improvements are available at the Topeka Home Show, and this year is no exception.
Some Kansans, say their insurance companies are letting them down.