Occupants escaped safely.
Halloween is a little more than a week away, and this year there’s a new trick all parents should know about this year: drugs dressed up lik…
Courtesy: Emporia State Athletics The #19 Hornets entertain Missouri Western on Emporia State’s 25th Homecoming contest as members of the MI…
The Emporia State women’s basketball team received all but one vote in the MIAA preseason coaches poll.
Lindsey Wagaman from Washburn Rural High school is our Kaw Valley Bank Scholar Athlete of the Week, sponsored by Gage Dental Group.
The Homeland Security Department’s inspector general is warning that two Secret Service officers were found asleep at their posts.
12 Tons of Marijuana seized, 22 arrested
Some hail it as a money saver for inmates’ families, but phone companies immediately threatened legal action.
This is the second year that the event has occurred, and it was sponsored by GO Topeka and Entrepreneurial & Minority Business Development.
Topeka Police arrested 35-year-old Marvin Tibbs III in connection with a moped accident that killed 8-year-old Trenton Feliciano last Octobe…
Clarkson was requesting access to ballots in order to audit election results.
The total replacement cost for the bridge is nearly $25 million.
Kansas Board of Regents has announced the new President of Emporia State University
According to Metro police, the driver of the bus reported mechanical issues prior to the accident.
The union project will be partially funded by a new student fee.
Kansas is refusing to simply hand over another $32 million dollars like the state did last year.
Twenty-four grants were approved for district educators.
A woman tells police a man she knows made unwanted sexual contact with her back in April.
Tracking showers and storms today, before cooler and more tranquil weather dominates the weekend!
A man is without his truck and work tools today after police say they were stolen in Manhattan.
“We are looking at all of these cases where the sole-source generic companies are jacking the price way up.”
The fraternity itself is also charged with murder, and 32 other suspects face less serious charges.
A Manhattan man was put behind bars on a $60,000 bond for allegedly possessing and selling illegal narcotics.