Attendees should enter the building through the north doors of the Statehouse through the Visitor Center.
Christenson was a recent grad of Seamen High School where he lettered in golf all four years.
Kansas man killed attempting to save dogs in home fire
Governor Brownback attends Inaugural Ball before being inaugurated on Monday.
Fire investigators still searching for what caused a mobile home to catch fire Saturday night.
Fairchild was charged with alternative counts of first-degree murder in the death of Colton Chad Christenson.
Companion animals vs. pet policies
It’s been one week since a fire consumed a downtown Topeka building, here’s a look at what’s next.
Social media is being used by police as a law enforcement tool.
Concluding she kept inadequate records about young patients whom she referred for late-term abortions.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office tells Kansas First News there were no injuries and everyone was accounted for.
On Friday afternoon a Topeka man entered a bank in southwest Topeka in an attempt to rob it.
The City of Topeka plans to move forward with the hiring process to fill this position.
New treatment being used at KU hospital allows doctors to treat a patient’s blood, not just frostbitten extremities.
The release noted that the state has been spending down reserves and said that “indicates credit stress.”
Resolves allegations that women at the prison are subjected to sexual victimization by correctional staff and other prisoners.
Have approved a contract that temporarily ends a dispute over the city providing police officers to the district’s schools.
Family members of a Topeka man who was killed before having his tattoos cut off and teeth pulled.
Captured Thursday in southeast Topeka.
All services will be held at Penwell-Gabel Parker-Price Funeral Chapel.
Kansas attorney general Derek Schmidt filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Robert Armstrong, of Gloucester County, New Jersey.
A Federal Grand Jury orders a subpoena due to loans made during Brownback’s re-election campaign.
Parolee removed victim’s tattoos and teeth to prevent ID.
A look at the “Open Door” shelter in Junction City.
Topeka police also warn of increasing auto thefts.