Dr. James Colyer, DDS, passed away today at age 89, surrounded by his loving family.
During inclement weather, the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office strongly discourages any non-essential travel.
Brownback’s new proposal would require that when revenues are growing year-to-year, part of the growth go first into a rainy-day fund.
The teens sustained serious injuries in Friday’s crash near a community center.
TPD encourages drivers to use extra caution and allow extra time should it be necessary to drive.
It offers students such tools as milling machines, a metal lathe and shear, a band saw, drill presses and rows of computers.
A Kansas Supreme Court ruling could change the way authorities investigate drunk drivers.
Two residents have been moved to temporary housing.
Governor Brownback elaborates on his plans to tie school funding to student performance.
Topeka fire crews battle house fire in heavy smoke and rain.
Both sports are showing strong growth spurts throughout the world and now they will show off their skills for a Topeka audience.
The 21-year-old suspect is accused of throwing clothes and cash out of his car windows Thursday afternoon during the pursuit.
This week’s biggest news and headlines.
Kansas Republicans are gathering for their biggest convention of the year.
Bills that would restrict firearms for people with domestic violence or stalking restraining orders are being discussed.
Moore received the recognition during a dinner held by the Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas.
The residence was occupied at the time of the fire and all occupants were able to exit the structure without injury.
1 in 5 kids on food stamps, with numbers increasing.
President weighs in on recent upsurge of measles cases in US.
Rejects request for list of other candidates.
Police still looking for clues in Wednesday attack.
Department is recruiting for it’s “Student Firefighter” program.
January numbers $47 million short of expectations.
Jayhawk racing calls petition organizer a “disgruntled citizen”.
Kansas says its tax collections fell $47 million short of expectations this month.