A man was shot at 33rd and Gage, but his injuries are not life threatening. One of the bullets hit a local child care center.
Jason Leroy Jeardoe, 35, will spend 195 months in prison after being sentenced on charges stemming from a fatal crash that happened in 2014.
The Kansas City Chiefs traded their 28th overall pick to the San Francisco 49ers on Thursday night for three additional picks.
The Washburn baseball team lost 7-5 in 10 innings to Central Oklahoma on Thursday night.
Hayden tennis standout Tommy Hunter won another city boys singles title on Thursday afternoon.
Hailey Robinson from Washburn Rural High School is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
With $30,000 at stake, this will be the largest paying demolition derby in the United States.
On Saturday September 10, 2016, Zac Brown Band will be highlighting a concert inside Bill Snyder Family Stadium in Manhattan.
Union Pacific spokeswoman Calli Hite says the rains washed out multiple small sections of track in Shawnee County.
Topeka fire officials say a blaze that occurred at a motel following a shootout between federal agents and a suspect caused an estimated $35…
Just in time for the summer months. You have more chances to take a two-wheeled spin around Topeka.
Groups that have been critical of Governor Sam Brownback’s income tax cuts are calling on Kansas legislators to repeal all of them.
The Washburn Rural softball team improved to 14-0 with a doubleheader sweep against Emporia on Wednesday afternoon.
The ESU Hornets beat the Washburn Ichabods for the first time this season on Wednesday night.
The rain and a mechanical failure led to the release of 2.4 million gallons of untreated wastewater into the Kansas River on Tuesday.
The large amounts of rain in areas of Shawnee County have had emergency responders on their toes throughout the night.
Items left over from the renovation project at the Kansas statehouse will be sold to the highest bidder.
A body recovered inside a motel after a shootout in Topeka that injured three federal officers has been identified as Orlando J. Collins.