The Kansas Department of Transportation snow crews plowed and treated 565,000 lane miles of highway during last week’s snow storm
Topeka’s “Time Machine Records and More” has everything Beatles.
The new Community Blood Center is now open at their new location west of 29th and Wanamaker at 6220 sw 29th.
Kansans have been recycling more and more of their waste.
A Kansas State vocal instructor is on his way back to the States, after a month-long stay in Sochi preparing for the Opening Ceremony.
Missouri All-American Michael Sam says he is gay, and the defensive end could become the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
A nearly $2 million project to upgrade the Overbrook library is complete.
Several people worked out for a good cause Saturday.
Soldier Township and Topeka Fire worked together to put out the blaze.
Warmer weather was on the minds of many at the Kansas Expocentre Saturday.
Topeka Metro accepted non-perishable food donations at two grocery stores Saturday.
There have been two reported instances in rural Shawnee County where citizens were contacted and told they owed fines for missing jury duty.
The David Traylor Zoo of Emporia Staff and Veterinarian had to make a tough decision Friday.
Military officers from 40 nations are visiting the Capital City to learn about the state’s government and judicial system.
Police are praising three Good Samaritans who stopped a domestic assault along a busy Kansas City highway.
You’re probably wondering why there’s a lot of people wearing red today. It’s national ‘Wear Red’ day and it’s all in the name of heart heal…
Douglas County sheriff’s deputies are investigating after two older horses that got loose were found shot to death.
Horses are being rescued in Shawnee County, and rescue groups say there are still many more that are being neglected and even abused.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment says an auction is planned for land in a former southeast Kansas town contaminated by mining…
The final personal journals of novelist William S. Burroughs have been donated to the University of Kansas.
From sidewalks to neighborhood streets, some areas of the city remain blanketed with snow.
Campus police at Kansas State University are cracking down on drunken drivers, calling them a hazard to pedestrians and bicyclists.
The Topeka Zoo is going to offer more areas for kids this summer.
Riley County Police responded to Ray’s Apple Market East for an armed robbery late Wednesday night.
As bus drivers made their way through neighborhoods this morning, a number of homes were passed because of snow covered roads.