Topeka police investigating a body found in an East Topeka parking lot, near the 3100 Block of 6th Ave.
A black male with a dark hooded sweatshirt, a face mask and a handgun entered Kentucky Fried Chicken on NW Topeka Blvd. demanding money.
A second grade class is helping pay for surgery for a dog who was abandoned and hurt.
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A Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office detective accused of perjury could face a jury trial this summer. Detective Erin Thompson is facing two co…
Government students at Topeka West High School were able to watch President Trump take office with their classmates Friday.
Some top Republican legislators are looking to cut aid to public schools to close a shortfall in the state’s current budget.
The Kansas Supreme Court rejects challenge from the state’s largest teachers union to a law ending guaranteed tenure.
A bridge over Highway 77 west of Junction City will be demolished Friday night.
Parts of the residence of Emporia State University’s president will be sold at Topeka’s Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore.
Kansas risks losing federal money if it doesn’t improve its privatized Medicaid program.
The Kansas House Committee on Taxation would like proof that Governor Sam Brownback’s 2012 tax policy is benefitting the state. During a mee…
Washburn basketball coaches Bob Chipman (800) and Ron McHenry (400) were honored prior to Thursday’s games against Missouri Southern.
High school basketball scores from January 19, 2017: Nemaha Central (B) 49 Falls City 40 Seaman (B) 50 Garden City 39 Chapman (B) 56 Royal V…
Jacob Judy from Wakefield High School is our Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group and Budget Blinds.
“It’s a great honor and very exciting to see horses that were trained here in our program participating in such a historic and important eve…
A Manhattan man has been arrested for criminal sodomy with a child and indecent solicitation of a child.
Their endowments will provide a never ending revenue stream to fund four initiatives for Sabetha area students.