The long-running dispute over a proposed social media policy at the University of Kansas is one step closer to resolution.
Lawsuit alleging that science standards for Kansas public schools promote atheism and violate the religious freedoms of students and parents…
Heckel was killed in what investigators say was a case of mistaken identity.
A second dog died from its injuries on Sunday.
The University of Kansas says it will start offering a bachelor’s degree in applied science in biotechnology.
He is being held on $40,000 bond.
It’s unclear what caused the crash.
Decision comes on the heels of a town hall meeting Monday to explain the city’s position.
Judge rules there was no specific claim of injuries.
Suspect had worked for city’s engineering department.
Both the Justice Department and the Pentagon have issued the warning because of potential threats from Islamic militants.
Car dealers in Topeka remain on high alert after a test drive nearly led to the death of a salesman last week.
The board has a hearing set for 10 a.m. Dec. 11.
A judge has found sufficient evidence to try a man and woman in the abduction and rape of an 8-year-old girl in Topeka.
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.