Macey Hensley, shows off her presidential knowledge.
Protesters made it known that they’re not happy about the deep cuts to public education funding during the Governor’s Listening Tour on Frid…
Local law enforcement has been working for years to get substances known as “K2” or “Spice” off the streets.
Until death do us part…that’s the vow a few Kansas lawmakers would like to see more married couples committed to.
Protecting your identity by using a new mailbox.
For the last year we’ve been telling you about Topeka’s eyesores. Now city leaders may finally be getting somewhere.
Harvesters goal is to feed the hungry today and end hunger tomorrow.
If you’re one of the thousands of Americans who admits to using a cell phone while driving, it might be time to change your habit.
Fort Riley uphill battle
“To trace the origins of their union, you must go back — and back, and back, and back — to the early 1930s.”
3D printer can make hands for children with limb differences
Will state budget cuts impact the 150 year-old school?
What’s being called a “maker space” is the first of its kind in the country and it opened this week in Topeka.
The 120 year old St. Xavier Catholic school in Geary County was in danger of closing but has managed to raise money to remain open.
Area middle school students got to explore an engineering program thanks to Junior Achievement.
They’d like to move spring elections to the fall for one main reason.
That change could mean cuts for many districts this year.
Her uncle says she is loving all the support and care from everyone.
Students at one south Topeka elementary school didn’t get into their classrooms quite on time Monday morning.
Governor Sam Brownback has proposed sweeping changes to the way we fund our schools, and many are concerned.
Two of the best free-throw shooters in northeast Kansas challenged Alex and Matt to a free-throw shooting contest during the heart of basket…
Roughly 11,000 U.S. troops left in Afghanistan will get a slice of home for Super Bowl Sunday.
The Kansas Museum of History is celebrating Kansas Day Thursday.
This is the 18th year the department has offered this popular program.
Local dignitaries cut ribbon for new store.