The incident happened at the Stouffer Place Apartments on Saturday at 11:10 p.m.
Capt. Erik Holland of the Platte County Sheriff’s Department says the man sustained multiple injuries and was found dead Saturday night.
The Hall of Fame will host an induction ceremony Sunday, at 2 p.m.
The cold did nothing to detract workers repairing a roof on Saturday morning for a local veteran.
came a day early at Topeka’s Our Lady Guadalupe Parish—for a 100 year celebration.
Snyder is asked who he would vote for. “My good friend Pat Roberts, of course,” he replies.
A huge wave is too blame for the death four people in California.
A New York City doctor is doing better after being diagnosed with Ebola.
A nurse who was diagnosed with Ebola is reunited with her dog after 21days.
Topeka’s Salvation Army has big plans in store for area children in 2015.
Investigating searching for answers after flames burn an apartment house near the University of Southern Maine.
Bodies of all four victims have been removed from a Wichita flight training facility.
KU fraternity will remain suspended while police investigate a sexual assault case.
Two people are injured in a train accident in Eudora Saturday afternoon.
Police investigating apparent suicide on I-70.
The anticipated decline comes as a new collaborative effort among local and federal law enforcement agencies.
Making the former All-Star designated hitter a free agent for the first time in his eight-year career.
Orman says he is “outraged” and calls Roberts’ claim “distorting my words.”
Mark Goldstein’s body will probably not be removed from the roof of the building until Saturday.
Orman hired a firm to design a database of likely supporters.
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Ghosts where you’d least expect it.
Pat Roberts campaign team has confirmed that the ad will be discontinued.
NPS trying to determine if it can be removed
2.5% down year to date – $23 million short in October alone.