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A Topeka man has been ordered to serve a life sentence with no chance of parole for 50 years in a 2012 killing.
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Topeka Salvation Army is down 28% of its donation goal with 2 days left till Christmas.
Department stores may have ‘door busting’ sales but small businesses are also cheerful this holiday season.
It’s that time of year when the capital city gives to others.
Nate Hill has served in several roles since his career began at 27 KSNT in 1997.
The teen was 17 when he was arrested in January. He is charged with four counts of soliciting first-degree murder.
Funeral services have been scheduled for a 17-year old Shawnee Heights senior who passed away earlier this week.
Topeka Police Department detectives are attempting to identify a female suspect in a crime that occurred on December 7, 2014.
The Topeka Police Department announced Wednesday afternoon they have returned to normal accident reporting procedures.
Attack sent auto dealership salesman to the hospital in critical condition
US 75/NW 62nd St intersection scene of four fatalities in two years.
Report says fundamental shift in state spending is the only answer.
Topeka city council joins as a governing body to discuss Heartland Park race track managerial duties.
Every three years, the TPDt goes through a national assessment by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
Two fatalities and two uninjured in crash on U75.
Brief will respond to City’s demand for $23.5 million dollar bond.
One gas station in the capitol city has fallen below $2.00 for the first time in many years.
A jury decided late Tuesday morning to sentence a Topeka man to life in prison in the rape and murder of an 8-year old girl.
Brief argues delaying purchase could cost taxpayers $23.5 million.
City begins considering bid Tuesday night.
Racing company says delays in buying the track will put it out of business.
Woman was taken to a local hospital with injuries unknown.
Sheriff’s department says the handgun was loaded, unclear how the First grader got the weapon.