Due to a genetic disorder called Stargardt’s Disease, a brother and sister are legally blind. However, they have a plan for regaining their …
The charges were tied to the June 2014 killing of 19-year-old Patrick M. Lightbourn Jr.
The collision happened at the intersection of NW 46th Street and NW Hodges Road.
Some school districts are questioning the state’s need for additional information about “efficiency.”
Work on a stoplight at 21st and Wanamaker closed part of two streets on Friday morning.
Topeka Police sent a release just before 11 a.m. saying that next of kin have been notified.
The agreement adjusts base salary for all employees.
Department posts results of three week crackdown in troubled neighborhood
Residents in one North Topeka neighborhood are furious that a fixture of their local park was demolished despite all their best efforts to s…
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office says this incident is still under investigation.
Movie theater chain Regal Entertainment Group has begun to check bags in response to shootings at theaters around the country.
Topeka police responded to a report of a vehicle burglary and a firearm being discharged.
A committee approved funding for a new downtown entertainment plaza.
Teacher shortages nationwide have left many schools struggling to recruit and retain quality educators. So what does that mean for the futur…
A jury has recommended that McLinn be sentenced to 50 years in prison with no chance of parole.
In his plea, he admitted that he took a man’s keys, money, and car and left the victim in a bathtub in the Econo Lodge Motel on June 7.
Kansas wants Marotta declared the father so he can be forced to pay child support.
A woman wanted for drug and theft counts is on the Northeast Kansas Most Wanted list.
Council also imposes ban on public nudity in the city.
But only has one-quarter of that available from Transient Guest Tax collections.
Saturday afternoon three Topeka men were robbed at gunpoint in what appeared to be a Facebook transaction gone wrong.
He was booked on charges of: Aggravated burglary, felony theft, felony obstruction, and various traffic offenses.
Topeka officials plan to consider banning electronic cigarettes in enclosed public places.
Washburn University law professor Joseph Mastrosimone says the policy may conflict with Kansas’ whistleblower protection law.
Despite racing coming back to Heartland Park, there is still some uncertainty over the track’s future.