Company will take $160 million charge to offset cuts.
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New numbers show weak tax collections making projected deficit worse.
Fire didn’t affect memorial or visitor’s center.
Counties all over the state are seeing the same issues with the new DMV computer system.
Andrew Redick also sentenced on Arson charge.
A Missouri judge has ruled that the state must recognize same-sex marriages that were legally performed in other states.
Latest report shows lowest jobless rate in six years, plus slow but steady economic improvement.
An Internet video released Friday purports to show an Islamic State group fighter beheading British hostage Alan Henning, threatens another …
A wave of severe respiratory illnesses has swept the country in the last two months.
There’s little for Clint Bowyer to be sour about these days.
Topeka Police officers have arrested a 42-year old woman in connection to multiple crimes in Topeka.
The Labor Department’s report Friday also showed that employers added a combined 69,000 more jobs in July.
Murder mystery “Gone Girl” starring Ben Affleck hits theaters this week.
Where are the pay raises?
DNA testing was inconclusive on soiled diapers thought to have been left by Pennsylvania police ambush suspect Eric Frein.
Car thief steals vehicle with dog inside, then leaves it to die in sweltering Las Vegas heat.
Pomona Reservoir covers approximately 4,000 acres and is located 24 miles south of Topeka.
JPMorgan Chase revealed this week that 76 million households were affected by a cyberattack against the bank this summer.
U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts’ campaign quickly dismissed Orman’s plan, saying it was full of hypocrisy, fluff and deception.
The Wildcats held their first practice on Friday, and their first exhibition game is Nov. 9 against Washburn.
Pushing its total for the year to 71, affecting almost 30 million vehicles in North America.
Two teachers are accused of having group sex with a student in Louisiana after school officials told authorities the 16-year-old was braggin…
A Kansas bitcoin company that was shut down after being sued by the federal government will be allowed to resume some of its business.
The problem of where to go for mental illness treatment has been partially solved in Topeka.