“200 people on average go to the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries in the month around the July 4th holiday.”
There have been numerous instances where citizens are contacted and told they either owe fines or have warrants out for their arrest.
Helpful links for parents looking to keep their children safe.
Laws changing requirements for permits and safety training take effect.
Some help for veterans coping with PTSD during the July 4th fireworks season.
A copy of the state’s motion requesting a stay can be found here.
Here’s some links so you can make sure you’re following the rules and enjoying the Fourth of July safely.
Trash collection will be moved one day back for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday customers.
Kansas court panel says key parts of new school funding law violate state’s constitution.
Supreme Court upholds nationwide health care law subsidies
A one-source stop for staying safe in the hot, humid summer weather.
Is there a nuisance in your neighborhood you’d like the City of Topeka to look into?
These retailers have announced bans of the flag and related items:
Helps you reduce the hassle of servicing your vehicle with a convenient and comprehensive car care app.
Friday is national summer learning day… A day to raise awareness about the importance of keeping kids learning through the summer. Summer is…
State tries to make life simpler for farmers by changing registrations for “farm only” vehicles.
Treasury Department looks for famous American woman for 2020.
The Fireworks Stands shown are permitted within the city of Topeka and issued under the provisions of the Topeka Municipal Code.