Mother Nature is to blame for increases in crime!
It’s the second shooting in that area in less than 24 hours and at least the fifth in two weeks.
The Boys and Girls Club of Topeka is teaching kids the importance of water safety.
At 10:22 p.m. Thursday, there was a report of smoke coming from the roof of the Econo Lodge at 2525 W. 6th St.
Working and learning, all at the same time, online.
The second drive-by in the Hi-Crest neighborhood injured one person but residents are ready for answers and a bigger police presence in the …
Districts say the “simple block grant” funding plan hasn’t turned out that way.
Police have made an arrest on two counts of rape and are investigating a separate incident of sexual battery.
A gas station employee got suspicious when a man refused to leave the restroom.
A museum housing artifacts from daredevil motorcyclist Evel Knievel will find a home in Topeka.
Work is scheduled to begin later this week on a long-awaited memorial to the 114 people who died and hundreds of others who were injured in …
The first annual Bayou GatorCraw Fest kicks off Saturday at the Tuttle Creek State Park.
Police were called to the 3400 block of Southeast Girard around 2:30 with a report of a shooting.
Red Cross needs volunteers.
Generations of Topekans have grown up celebrating Fiesta Mexicana. This year marks its 82nd year.
Police are training teachers how to develop a plan for their classroom if an active shooter situation were to arise.
Troops at Fort Riley train through the heat in full protective equipment.
The Kansas Highway Patrol has completed its investigation of last Friday’s fatal accident on I-35 that killed a 21-year-old from Texas.
Around 7:20 p.m. Thursday, Topeka Police were involved in a standoff at 19th & Adams at a mobile home park.
Non-profit advocacy group and utility at odds over impact of proposed hike.
The Red Cross will work with the City of Topeka and volunteers to install smoke alarms and help families create a home fire escape plan on J…
“Our mission is to promote literacy and encourage a life-long love of reading,” said First Lady Mary Brownback.
Summertime means fun in the sun for most kids, but for one Topeka girl a rare condition is keeping her in the dark.
Mars Inc. is planning a $100 million expansion to its Kansas Candy Making Plant, just a year after the grand opening.
If you spent any time on Highway 24 between Lawrence and Manhattan Thursday you had to share the road.