Kansas State’s backup defensive tackle Terrell Clinkscales has been arrested.
Topeka man celebrates 15 years volunteering at the Salvation Army. He says the best gift this holiday season is giving back.
The ceremony will feature music, stories and a blessing.
The U.S. Senate passes $1.1 trillion spending bill.
Kansas can avoid litigation if the governor’s office follows the state’s open records laws.
About $130.6 million in current support was collected in 2014 — nearly $4 million less than in 2013.
Animal Control Director Michelle Angell acknowledged the city has a “huge” problem with dog packs.
Police say the officer was caught in the driver’s side door and shot the woman as she dragged him.
$20,000 in structural damage
Slugger will make a special appearance to visit the children at the store from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
The fair is meant to help people learn more about the resources available to veterans and their families.
The now-deceased suspect was involved in several crime scenes throughout Topeka this morning.
The Salvation Army began its Fill-The-Truck event many years ago.
More than 300 families still need sponsors this year.
The 26-year-old is charged with one count of capital murder in the death of Letitia Davis.
Brownback will be at Dillions in Fairlawn Plaza to raise money from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
What he tells anchor Natalie Davis he needs from the Legislature.
Davis must wait until Monday for sentencing: life in prison or the death penalty.
See the full, unedited interview with Governor Brownback as he looks back on 2014 and ahead to 2015.
Several civic and business leaders in Leavenworth are asking Army officials to spare the community from thousands of potential job cuts.
A judge has refused to declare a mistrial for a Topeka rape suspect accused of punching his defense attorney in front of jurors.
A man carrying a gun and with a scarf over his face walked into the store around 10:15 p.m. Thursday.
A man convicted of killing a woman over a dispute about an inheritance will be resentenced.
Was convicted earlier of five counts of tax evasion.
Callers claim to be K-State police officers and tell the potential victim they are calling to collect for past fines or owed monies.