The City of Topeka says starting next month utility customers can choose to go completely paperless.
Kansas vehicle customers will be able to renew their tags online on the last day of the month without worry of a ticket for expired car regi…
The nation’s obesity epidemic is causing significant recruiting problems for the military, with one in three young adults nationwide too fat…
Be careful driving in the stormy weather Wednesday morning.
People in northeast Kansas awoke to strong storms early Wednesday morning.
Five-year-old Topeka girl remembered at candlelight vigil
Find out about the new threats to your credit card security at Kansas ATM’s.
What you need to know before getting behind the wheel of a car if you are on antidepressants.
Suspect broke into rural home and surprised homeowner on second floor.
The RoadRunners have released next season’s game schedule that has them calling the Capital City home for 2015-2016.
It’s for couples who were married last year after the state’s ban was struck down in November.
A woman says someone stole several items from her garage that totaled nearly $6,500.
The first-ever Kansas Mariachi Festival will be held September 16th, 17th and 20th.
A Manhattan man may want to be sure and show up for his next court date.
New policy waives certification requirements in ‘Innovative Districts Coalition’.
Case involves a student expelled from the University of Kansas for a tweet.
The start of school is only about a month away and there are still about 500 open teaching positions across the state.
What the university looks at and regulations for school employees.
The business assets have been released and the business re-opened.
Emporia police are investigating after a woman was struck and killed by a train.
Victim identified as 50-year old Kelly R. Bowers of Topeka. 2 others hospitalized
The city issued the advisory because lake levels were high enough for untreated water to enter the system, causing bacterial contamination.
A hearing on whether the school had the right to expel a student based on offensive tweets and off-campus incidents.
One person was taken into custody and later booked into jail on charges of shooting at an occupied dwelling.
Opponents call it a slippery slope for education.