The Sheriff’s Office is looking for at least two individuals possibly involved in the shooting.
You need a valid form of photo identification to vote in Kansas.
Meets for first time with new Topeka Police chief
Police looking for assistance in finding driver and vehicle
The sentencing hearing for a Topeka man convicted of murder has been interrupted after a juror fainted while viewing graphic autopsy photos.
NET Reach tries to alleviate poverty and other challenges in the Hi-Crest neighborhood.
Local candidates are using the remaining days before election night to gain some voters support.
Several people sent to local hospitals.
The Topeka Fire Department plans to serve the community better with its new S.A.F.E program designed for disabled senior citizens.
150 years ago Topekans defended the capital
The annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner is less than a month away and plans are already in place to provide meals to the homebound.
Pros and cons of the Shawnee county ballot measure
An opportunity for the Washburn campus community and the construction team to celebrate an important milestone.
The trial of a Kansas man accused of beheading a man with a guitar string will not be moved out of Osage County.
A Topeka man goes out of his way to save his neighbor’s life. He says he was “just doing the right thing”.
The cause of the fire is currently under investigation and no injuries have been reported at this time.
A Kansas man has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison for his role in a carjacking.
Kansas changes when high school students take the pre-ACT.
New technology makes writing tickets for traffic violations more efficient.
The Family Service and Guidance Center of Topeka is participating in a training partnership with the National Council for Behavioral Health …
Organizers are calling it a historic moment for the theatre and Topeka
Minor damage to the home at 315 SW Quinton
State officials find ways to help children in the foster care system find families throughout Kansas and Missouri.
The Red Cross and Topeka Fire Department will install those alarms in the Hi-Crest west community this Saturday starting at 1 p.m.
The pilot program will include the Kansas City ZIP codes 66101, 66102, 66104, 66106 and other high-poverty areas in Wichita and Topeka.