A newcomer tops this year’s list of favorite fast food restaurants in America.
When it comes to customer experience, fast casual restaurants ruled this year’s list.
Police said they do not believe the couple was targeted for who they were.
“We are asking all hate groups, like the KKK and the Black Panthers, to leave our state. You are not welcome here.”
The Kansas Lottery has three words for its players: Check tour tickets!!
Tracking some rain for your Fourth of July weekend.
The Houston Astros completed a three-game sweep over the Kansas City Royals on Wednesday night.
Dom Dwyer’s four goals are the team-high for a single match in Sporting KC history.
With school not in session some parents across the state are wondering where their child’s meal will come from.
JEDO/GO Topeka welcomed Koch & Co., Inc to the Topeka market and approved a change to a current agreement with Alorica.
After a shooting, Topeka police were involved in a chase that ended in a car crash and a suspect being taken into custody.
Finding out about the bit of cloth that had Emporia residents standing in line all night.
City sees launch of 25 new businesses in two months.
The Topeka Police Department has seen an increase in arrests after a new push to use social media to connect with residents.
Attorney General Schmidt will appeal a state district court judge’s ruling blocking the state’s first-in-the-nation ban on a common second t…
On Wednesday afternoon, the Kansas Jayhawks announced former first baseman Blair Beck has signed a free agent deal with the Tampa Bay Rays.
As of Wednesday the tax on cigarettes is now 50 cents higher, and while that has some smokers upset, many health advocates believe the new t…
Vets living in the Kansas City metro that are wanting to go back to school can get ready by going to academic boot camp.
Rollover accident at NB I-470 exit ramp to 21st Street has slowed traffic down Wednesday afternoon.
A man test-firing a gun had an aggravated assault charge filed against him.
A 51-year-old Manhattan man was arrested by police after they determined he tried to choke another person.
A Kansas gun dealer sued for selling the shotgun a man used to kill himself and his son has reached a $132,000 settlement.
To settle a complaint filed by state regulators with the federal government.