Camp helps boost confidence and independence of attendees.
Three Topeka men face 10 years in federal prison for possession of a firearm.
It can be a struggle for many to meet even their most basic needs like running water. That’s how the City of Topeka’s program can help.
Students at Emporia State University can feel safer this fall after a new card access project is completed.
The city says they have two to four patch trucks working everyday repairing the roads, but with a short staff, the city has a request for al…
A 43-year-old Topeka woman has been arrested and is suspected of trying to murder her two kids.
A solar advocacy group has raised concerns about the decision of Kansas regulators to limit the group’s input over a large utility’s plan to…
U.S. Attorney’s Office partners with Shawnee Country District Attorney to address Topeka’s gang problem.
Felons caught with firearms.
Was struck and killed while riding her bike.
The Shawnee County Fair kicks back off Thursday however it will be without one popular exhibit.
Secretary of State Kris Kobach is once again defending the Kansas voter ID laws he helped put into place.
The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended its ban on openly gay leaders. But the new policy allows church sponsored troops to choose leaders…
Brownback’s office is reaffirming its statement that Kansas’ teachers make more than Missouri’s teachers, but it is also reducing the gap th…
The Hales contend the school has instead created a hostile work environment since they complained.
The new superintendent of USD 437 shares his vision for the future.
Republican lawmakers block a request to audit the foster care system, Democrats maintain something needs to change.
A prominent K-State veterinarian has been honored with his field of study’s highest honor.
New driving simulators will help train Kansas firefighters through KU’s Kansas Firefighter Training Institute.
The State of Kansas is asking the U.S. Supreme court to uphold the original convictions and sentences of three people convicted of serious c…
Federal court hearing set for 20-year-old man charged with plotting to bomb an Army post in support of the Islamic State group.
Even though several of them acknowledged they have concerns about how it operates.
A Topeka man was sentenced Tuesday to 14 years in federal prison on a federal charge of offering a 15-year-old girl for commercial sex.
2016 Class includes former Washburn University baseball coach Steve Anson.
A Saline County judge will determine if statements a teenager gave to investigators hours after her sister was killed can be admitted at tri…