Last year the Kansas Highway Patrol inspected nearly 11,000 school buses prior to the start of the academic year.
During Tuesday night’s meeting several council members voiced concerns that “copy-cat” nudists are now also popping up around the city.
A series of murals has been steadily growing on a quiet street near the Kansas Expocentre.
tackling tough issues facing their communities like alcohol, car safety and drugs.
More than 250 students admitted to experiencing homelessness.
Authorities are investigating a plane crash that occurred Friday morning east of Emmet that left one man with minor injuries.
Republican lawmakers block a request to audit the foster care system, Democrats maintain something needs to change.
An 8-year-old Baltimore boy who lost his limbs to a serious infection has become the youngest patient to receive a double-hand transplant.
The FDA is proposing yet another change to those little nutrition labels on your food products, this time they’re taking aim at sugar.
Two Topeka nursing homes and Washburn University’s School of Nursing are partners in a pilot program to improve care in nursing facilities.
Despite the push back from Planned Parenthood, and questions about the legitimacy of the undercover video, Brownback feels it morally impera…
1,404 horse shoe pitchers came to the Capital City last week for the start of that tournament and Visit Topeka estimates at least 3,000 visi…
42 counties in Kansas are figuring out how to use federal disaster assistance following a Spring of strong storms.
The Walking Dead actor will be a featured guest at TOPCON GEEK EXPO 2015
A pair of Kansas shoe store employees are being lauded for their actions after one of them found a 2-year-old locked inside a sweltering car…
Working and learning, all at the same time, online.
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…