Robert Munson, Jr. was last seen Friday evening.
Happened at 1100 block of SW Plass
Kansas teens have the lowest rate of human papillomavirus in the country. Only 21 percent have received all three doses of the vaccine.
Moran and Roberts vote to defund the organization.
GOP elected officials blast the plan while Kansas environmental groups support Obama’s EPA rule
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation officials respond to vandals tagging cement animals in Gage Park a second time.
tackling tough issues facing their communities like alcohol, car safety and drugs.
Anyone with knowledge of this incident is asked to call the Topeka Police Department at 785-368-9200, or Crime Stoppers at 234-0007.
Those traveling to Topeka will eventually have an easier time finding their way around the Capital City.
A motorcycle rider is recovering Tuesday morning after being pinned beneath a vehicle.
A Kansas man who admitted to de-frauding Medicaid will have to pay back every penny he stole.
Police are searching for a truck stolen in Manhattan.
Local law enforcement and neighbors join up for National Night Out
A memorial service is planned Sunday to honor former University of Kansas Chancellor Robert Hemenway.
He was transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries.
Boy’s mother contends the child shouldn’t have been placed with his father.
The program pays for about half of students’ tuition for their freshman year.
Only 12 percent of teens in Kansas have received all three doses of the vaccine to protect againsts HPV.
In Kansas there were 52 human trafficking cases reported in 2014. This year so far 14 cases.
After being taken to a local hospital, the man was arrested on unrelated charges this afternoon.
According to the Jackson County Sheriff’s office, he fled on foot twice Saturday, August 1; once in the morning and once in the afternoon.
Hundreds of volleyball players filled the Christ the King Soccer Fields on Saturday, and it was all for a good cause.
More than 250 students admitted to experiencing homelessness.
Large federal grant that would be used to ease flooding concerns in the Manhattan area, according to the Kansas Department of Agriculture.
The Kansas Department of Children and Families said a computer glitch caused the incorrect letters to be sent out.