The City of Topeka’s sales tax is already at 8.8 percent and could soon be rising.
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There’s math, science, and social studies, but one subject you rarely see in high schools is handling money.
A 42-year-old registered sex offender is accused of trying to lure a 10-year-old girl into the men’s restroom at a downtown Lawrence restaur…
High water velocity creates safety concerns for fishermen and boaters.
As the Tuttle Creek Reservoir prepares to release up to a foot of water each day this week, downstream Topeka braces for the aftermath.
The city is at risk of paying bonds if developer or property owners default on payments.
The Auburn-Washburn school district took it’s case for a potential property tax increase to it’s voters Tuesday night.
As lawmakers continue mulling over next year’s budget, others are looking even farther ahead.
The Topeka Police Department received a call around 1:18 Tuesday afternoon of a report of car into a building in southeast Topeka.
The city of Topeka wants residents to tell them what changes they want made in the capital city.
There were mixed reviews as the Seaman school board grappled with an ongoing problem, drugs on their campus. “We’ve been told there was an i…
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A new festival debuting in the Capital City will include a form of dance that traditionally features strip tease.
KSNT News was told no one has stepped forward to claim the act of kindness.
Topeka man says he was shot in the hand while taking out trash.
Topeka Fire Chief Greg Bailey asking for a second survey to be conducted before department downsizing is made.
The semi was in the westbound land when the trailer jackknifed and came to a stop on I-70.
3rd annual event at Brown v. Board of Education Nat’l Monument
Small group sends big message to Topekans.
Senate now considers liberalizing three aspects of marijuana use in the state.
Sheriff’s deputies run overnight “saturation patrol”.
About 75 high school graduates were recognized for their future service