The 14th annual Mayor’s Spirit of the Holidays Lighted Parade was held on Friday night.
Six Republican presidential candidates have filed to participate in the March Kansas Republican Party’s caucus in March.
A police pursuit ended with the recovery of a stolen car.
There are more than 65,000 special education students in the state of Kansas and teachers say there aren’t enough of them to go around.
The search is on for a suspect named in a list of vehicle burglaries by the Riley County Police Department.
A large part of the building will be without heat due to a lack of having gas.
Officials are investigating the cause of an overnight fire at a rental property.
The Kansas volleyball team won its opening round match in the NCAA tournament on Thursday night in Lawrence.
On Saturday afternoon the Emporia State football team will try to win its third straight playoff game against the No. 1 team in the country.
Both them Emporia State men’s and women’s basketball teams won their conference-openers on Thursday night at Nebraska-Kearney.
Congratulations to Topeka High senior Rachel Stous on signing her national letter of intent to play golf at Wichita State next season.
Sara Boyden from Perry-Lecompton High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The Washburn volleyball team was swept in the opening-round of the Division II tournament on Thursday afternoon.
On Thursday night, the Missouri Tigers announced their next football coach.
Congress has approved a sweeping 5-year, 1,300-page transportation bill that places new emphasis on eliminating highway bottlenecks.
The theater helps run three stages in Topeka
Terri Sims was shot several times when she answered her front door at her Topeka home.
Are you prepared if a shooter was to walk into your place of work?