Topeka fire fighters renewed their push to see more smoke alarms put in use.
Part of the national urge to spend money the day after Thanksgiving.
The parade is the culmination of a day of events in downtown Topeka.
Among the featured speakers for the two-day event that begins Monday is American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman.
Helping Hands Humane Society offers “Black Furday” deals.
Fatal crash kills 73 year old woman.
Shoppers began lining up hours, even days, in advance for Thanksgiving deals.
Topeka family starts new thanksgiving tradition with their newly adopted children.
Income tax collections up – sales tax collections down.
City already soliciting bids for potential manager of race track.
Helping those with special needs – one week at a time.
Black Friday shoppers can start their early morning with a hearty breakfast and help towards a good cause.
A facility conflict causes cancellation of Thursday night game
The National Weather Service, in conjunction with Kansas Division of Emergency Management, select a day each fall to remind Kansans of the p…
The average holiday weight gain is three pounds!
Local merchants happy work ends just in time for holiday shoppers.
The suspect in this case was arrested on the evening of December 4, 2014 and identified as 31-year old Raymond R. Campa of Topeka.
Units from several agencies called for assistance.
That the state is refusing to recognize the unions.
The man accused of raping and setting a woman on fire faces revised charges now that she has died.
Kansas First News now knows a little more about what led to the death of a Belvue man earlier this month.
The Junction City Police Department say they have arrested a Fort Riley soldier suspected of distributing child pornography.
A Wichita man charged with leaving a 10-month old child inside a hot car to die pleaded guilty Wednesday.
Today the state board of canvassers conducted the final canvass for all national and state elections. The state of Kansas set a record in th…
Also was ordered Tuesday to pay more than $173,600 in restitution.