The family of a mother and daughter killed in a double murder-suicide near Lawrence is planning a celebration of life for the two.
Helping Hands Humane Society is joining KSNT this Saturday to host Clear the Shelters third annual nationwide pet adoption drive.
Two Lyon County men were arrested this week during an investigation into a sting for prostitution.
An inmate with the Shawnee County jail, participating in a work program, cleaning the jail perimeter, failed to return to his housing assign…
A public health warning for six lakes and a watch for six lakes have been issued.
A Pennsylvania man’s warning about looking directly at a solar eclipse.
It wasn’t exactly the catch a Florida man was hoping for while fishing in the Atlantic Ocean.
The head of the agency that oversees a troubled mental state hospital is making the case for a new facility.
One club, the Circle of Friends Club, is only in it’s second year, but students said it’s already seen great success.
Tracking a sunny start to the weekend.
Ditching the diet, hear this local woman’s secret to shedding the pounds with junk food.
The Seaman Vikings are gearing up for a big season in 2017.
“Because if they took the time to process through the trauma they never would have made it out alive.”
The North Topeka Arts Center exhibit this month is titled “Architecture in Topeka: Process and Presence.”
The St. Louis Cardinals are taking claim to the now-famous cat that darted across the field during the Aug. 9 game against Kansas City.
Police in Spain say they have shot and killed several people south of Barcelona while carrying out an operation in response to a terrorist a…
The service works in most big theater chains, and according to MoviePass, it works in 91% of theaters in the country.
U.S. Senator from Kansas, Jerry Moran, will be in Topeka Friday, August 18.
“This is probably the first time this week that they’ve been here,” said Tricia Vanoy.
The Topeka West football team is under new leadership for the 2017 season.
According to court documents, the woman was “unconscious or physically powerless.” He was a K-State students at the time.
Students moved into the hall Thursday.
One Paul Harris Fellow says she donates because of the organization’s local and international work.