The Mid-Plains League isn’t possible without some people outside of the dugout
A trail to promote African-American history at Kansas sites has received a grant for more than $134K from the Institute of Museum and Librar…
The men and women who protect us every day are taking measures to also protect themselves.
An 8-year-old child reaches out to help a mail carrier.
Zaldy Doyungan goes head-to-head against Emporia State school-record holder Duke Tibbs in a 400-meter race.
Storms that blew through Riley and Pottawatomie Counties left behind damage.
For median removal on Wanamaker and modification to the roadway profile in the intersection.
As the last season of the program concluded this past year, as you might guess, emotions were running high within the tight unit
State officials, law enforcement and victim service members are meeting at a human trafficking conference in Manhattan, Kansas to discuss st…
When it comes to traffic stops, there is only one thing that matters to both the officer and driver at the end of it all: Getting home safe.
Ian Trevethan who is the Outreach Coordinator for the Sternberg Museum of Natural History at Fort Hays University is bringing back the recon…
The Topeka, Kansas based IBOT’s are three brothers who bring fantasy to reality with their large wearable sculptures.
Michael Wilhoite only spent a fraction of his life in the Capital City, but the impact the community made has shaped who he is today.
When you think of skating and a lot of contact, most might think of Hockey, however there’s another sport that combines the two, and that’s …
The Kansas Corporation Commission announced Tuesday that they will provide a $350,000 in grant funds to the Kansas Housing Resources Corpora…
Topeka City Council members said in a nonbinding vote they want to double their pay and that of the city’s mayor.
The Topeka Police Department made the decision to go into Phase III accident reporting due to a temporary increase in the number of calls.
“This Talented Married Couple show the high level of creativity that many strive for in the work they do.”