Organizers say the event will give business owners a chance to let the gay community know they want their business.
Pumpkin season is here, but heavy rain in the Midwest is doing damage to pumpkin crops across the plains.
It’s been a Topeka staple for over 60 years, and this weekend, Team Sporting Goods has closed its doors for the last time.
On Saturday, a Topeka homeowner pulled into his driveway to see smoke pouring from his garage.
If you’re looking for old-fashioned entertainment this weekend dive by the Cider Days Festival.
People from all across the sunflower state paid a visit to a far off land for the annual Oztoberfest.
The Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays now have identical (89-65) records on the season.
Washburn volleyball lost for the first time this season on Saturday night at Lee Arena.
The Emporia State Hornets improved to (4-0) with a 55-14 win over Northeastern State on Saturday afternoon at Welch Stadium
The Washburn Ichabods (3-1) football team beat Missouri Southern 27-21 on Saturday afternoon at Yager Stadium.
The Kansas Jayhawks fell to (0-3) with a 27-14 loss at Rutgers (2-2) on Saturday afternoon.
The accident happened in the 1100 block of Road W in Lyon County, when a 2007 Nissan Frontier left the road while going north on Road W and …
The University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute is one of four entities that will get part of a $3.9 million grant.
JUNCTION CITY (KSNT) – Where there is smoke and cast iron smokers, there is usually barbecue. And in the traditional Kansas City-style, almo…
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The 7th-ranked Washburn volleyball team swept 14th-ranked Nebraska-Kearney on Friday night.
Two men, each with a handgun, entered the restaurant and demanded money.
David Dastmalchain was the guest speaker at the 2015 Kansas Behavioral Health Recovery Rally at the statehouse.
More than 80 people were sworn in Friday morning at the Topeka Performing Arts Center to be attorneys.
“Everyone’s really excited for their win and another Blue October.”
Boehner’s announcement comes as a shock to some, but it’s something one Kansas Congressman has long been calling for.
A 22-year-old Riley County man was jailed for producing and selling controlled substances.
The Kansas Court of Appeals says the University of Kansas can’t expel a student for offensive tweets he sent from off campus.
A taxedermied moose is getting a lot of attention for his tailgating antics at Royals baseball games.
Other Kansas Republicans were complimentary of Boehner, including former presidential nominee and U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole.