The Seaman school board is united in opposing combining spring and fall elections.
If you’re one of the thousands of Americans who admits to using a cell phone while driving, it might be time to change your habit.
SE Topeka home was burglarized prior to fire.
Will state budget cuts impact the 150 year-old school?
This after Governor Sam Brownback announced a $28 million cut to public education statewide effective the March 7th.
What’s being called a “maker space” is the first of its kind in the country and it opened this week in Topeka.
Police say the child was later transported to Children’s Mercy hospital in Kansas City.
A group working to expand Kansas’ liquor laws is finally hoping for a shot at success.
Owner says it would be irresponsible for him to not have a schedule in place.
KSNT News rides along with a Topeka City worker as he salts the city’s streets during the Wednesday’s snowstorm.
Could Topeka be getting safer?
District prepared to send kids home if they don’t have immunizations
They’d like to move spring elections to the fall for one main reason.
The system is expected to be out of the area by late afternoon, leaving only 1-2 inches of snow in its wake.
The hearing date remains at February 26th.
City program assisting two Topeka communities with upgrades.
That change could mean cuts for many districts this year.
Convicted Tuesday by a Shawnee County jury for the murder of his mother in 2011.
Her uncle says she is loving all the support and care from everyone.
Dr. Scott McWilliams named USD 437 Auburn Washburn superintendent.
Family wants answers after dog is shot by neighbor.
24 senators have joined their cause, and now a senate committee is considering what should be done next.
Therapy is helping bear with spinal problem.
The website Livability.com has named Topeka a Best Affordable Place to Live, 2015.
Governor Sam Brownback has proposed sweeping changes to the way we fund our schools, and many are concerned.