A petition to force a public vote on Heartland Park has been delivered to city hall just two days before the deadline.
Only 450 tickets are sold to the event and it is sold out every year.
On Saturday, the store will have activities for the public and free food samples to enjoy from noon to 3 p.m.
Loss discovered while church members were feeding meals to the needy.
Another Topeka business has closed its doors Monday.
An exciting event will be coming to Topeka at the end of October.
The problem of where to go for mental illness treatment has been partially solved in Topeka.
Community members raised money for the family of Corporal Jason Harwood at the Dining for Dollars charity event.
Topeka’s newest police chief is officially on the job Wednesday.
The United Way of Topeka honored some very special people Tuesday.
Middle and high school students got a glimpse into the construction industry Tuesday.
What started off being a nail-biter game turned into a Royals win.
Washburn University in Topeka will receive $12 million and Johnson County Community College will get nearly $2.5 million as part of a federa…
There will be over 25 booths with interviews on the spot.
Some of Topeka’s most accomplished alumni were honored Sunday.
The KBI’s new forensic center is taking shape on the Washburn University campus, much to the delight of officials with both organizations.
Emergency crews are on the scene of an injury rollover accident Friday afternoon involving one vehicle.
Retired Discovery Channel Chief Scientist Steve Davis kicked off the day with an experiment.
A park in southeast Topeka has a new name.
The school will hire an architect for a hall that will be designed to provide a more intimate setting than White Concert Hall.
USD 501 seeking Director of Racial Equity to focus on racial equality with its faculty and staff.
The Topeka Zoo has temporarily postponed a black bear exhibit after adopting a second orphaned cub.
Council sends proposal to Public Health and Safety committee for further review.
Construction on affordable housing is set to begin soon.
More than 1,200 area 4th graders took a journey into water education Thursday.