As predicted, snow began to fall late Wednesday December 17, 2014 into Thursday morning December 18, 2014.
As predicted, snow began to fall late Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
The Topeka Police Department announced Wednesday afternoon they have returned to normal accident reporting procedures.
A homeless man who says he lived in a storage unit, loses everything in fire.
Attack sent auto dealership salesman to the hospital in critical condition
How one schools alumni and community help keep their school around
The TDC Learning Center at Highland Park High School has received a grant to stay open.
US 75/NW 62nd St intersection scene of four fatalities in two years.
Action stems from September report of a sexual assault at the fraternity.
Report says fundamental shift in state spending is the only answer.
A Baptist pastor accused of choking an aide is resigning as a Kansas City councilman.
Sprint, based in Overland Park, Kansas, disputed the government’s allegations.
These scams are using the Riley County Police Department name on caller identification services.
The Lawrence City Commission will ask for an outside audit of public funds spent on the Rock Chalk Park sports complex.
“Everything but himself and his wheelchair.”
Every three years, the TPDt goes through a national assessment by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
Two fatalities and two uninjured in crash on U75.
A proposed bill to limit teachers collective bargaining is raising eyebrows and the anger of teachers.
Brief will respond to City’s demand for $23.5 million dollar bond.
Westar Energy’s announcement Tuesday comes with legislators preparing to debate repealing the requirement.
Kansas officials say record cattle prices have led to an increase in cattle theft reports.
Several storm systems are west of us, but only one looking promising for snow.
Charged with capital murder in the April 13 attacks outside a Jewish community center.
One gas station in the capitol city has fallen below $2.00 for the first time in many years.
A jury decided late Tuesday morning to sentence a Topeka man to life in prison in the rape and murder of an 8-year old girl.