The Salvation Army and Scotch Cleaners want people in need of warm clothes to come pick out a new coat.
How a local food pantry helps out during the holiday season.
Organizers are looking for traditional Thanksgiving food items for the community dinner.
Children in more than 100 countries will receive gifts thanks in part to people northeast Kansas.
The 2014 Christmas Tree was located in southwest Topeka and is being donated by Chris Howe.
How a simple download can help your safety on campus
It’s the first new piece of a student driven hunger alleviation and nutrition education initiative known as “Bods Feeding Bods”.
The hall will offer 350 beds in apartment-like settings on the Topeka campus. It will also include a dining area for about 300 people.
AAA wants to remind motorists to make these last minute key preparations to minimize breakdowns and avoid delays:
The action runs Friday through Sunday during four sessions in 12 vehicle classes, with over 250 drivers from 12 states.
The Deo Gloria from Cornerstone Home Schooling traveled around Topeka to nursing homes, singing to residents.
Saturday’s Fall Classic has been relocated to Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Mo., from Arrowhead Stadium.
Topeka voters won’t get to vote on the City of Topeka buying the Heartland Park race track.
A new meaning to sit back, relax and enjoy the show
Gas prices have fallen again in the capitol city, staying well below $3 a gallon.
Austin Halsey’s second-half goal boosted Washburn Rural into the 6A state championship game.
The playoffs are underway for H.S. football teams in Kansas. Find out which squads opened up the postseason with a win.
Cumulus Media has announced a change to one of their FM stations.
The 1st Infantry Division and Ft. Riley kicked off their 30th year of Operation Santa Claus.
Paying more at new stores.
Voters in Northeast Kansas headed to the polls Tuesday November 4, 2014 to vote in the 2014 General Election.
Under Sheriff Maple has taken a position as a regional director with Help Inc.
NET Reach tries to alleviate poverty and other challenges in the Hi-Crest neighborhood.
The zombie apocalypse has reached Helen Hocker Theater and it’s under quarantine… for a haunted house.
It’s usually “lights out” once school is over for the day but a Topeka event kept the lights turned on.