charged in a police chase that ended when an SUV slammed into a downtown Kansas City building and caused a partial collapse.
Topeka remembered those who have lost the battle against AIDS Monday night on World AIDS Day.
Was found in Mexico in early November and was returned to Lyon County Detention Center on Friday.
Some citizens say they want to see the track go, others say it is their source of income. Topeka City Council holds a town hall meeting to h…
Annual Farm Bureau Federation meeting underway in Manhattan.
If you’re donating to a charity, you should know somethings before you give anything away.
The City of Topeka is welcoming a Hoffmann’s Two-toed Sloth born at the Topeka Zoo last week.
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office have tentatively identified the individual killed in a fire on the night of November 24th.
Topeka police believe those responsible for four homicides in the city last year are still living in or near the city.
The violations include having probationary officers train newer workers and requiring employees to work double shifts.
Hundreds of people gathered Friday night for a lighting ceremony that included a visit from Santa.
The department says the dogs were later taken to area veterinary clinics.
The report didn’t state if the overdose was intentional.
‘Country Christmas Trees’ begins they holiday season with record breaking sales.
The student group Breathe Easy at KU is sponsoring the Tobacco Free KU initiative.
Volunteers are already working to match up families with adopters .
New routes for both the 5k Rescue Run and the MKA Parade have been mapped.
When the card is used as a signature based transaction , ECU will donate $0.10 to Topeka Rescue Mission.
Duncan was taking online classes to get her GED and had dreams of becoming a musician.
Their first chance at a state title since 1992!
How an annual event got a new twist to save lives.
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.