Anti-abortion leaders are telling hundreds of people at the Kansas Statehouse that history is on the side of abortion opponents as they work…
A Fort Riley soldier died in a car wreck yesterday.
Riley County Police are investigating a theft and damage to a Manhattan sorority.
One year ago on Wednesday, the Helping Hands Humane Society moved into it’s new facility on 21st Street in Topeka.
State officials are starting a conversation about the fate of several state buildings in downtown Topeka.
The Atchison Police Department has issued a Silver Alert for a missing man.
A Manhattan business owner is hoping police can nab the person who stole more than 19 thousand dollars in cash and property during an overni…
Governor Sam Brownback is hoping to help more human trafficking victims this year in the state of Kansas.
We now know the name of the person found unresponsive on a city sidewalk Thursday morning.
A sweets store will still offer sugary treats even though their Emporia storefront is closing down.
An Emporia business is expanding because its products are literally flying off the shelves.
A Topeka man pleaded guilty Friday to robbing a Topeka bank, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today.
An attempt to stop a stolen vehicle turned into a pursuit through North Topeka late Sunday night.
There is only one movie theater in Hiawatha, and it still shows movies on film, but because of the times and the transition to digital, the …
Topeka Fire investigators say a fire that destroyed a Topeka home may have been Arson.
The legislative session is underway, and that means more people are heading downtown. Not just to do business on Capitol Hill, but to do bus…
Two Shawnee County commissioners assumed new responsibilities yesterday.
The push to legalize marijuana has become prominent in the entire country, including the Sunflower State.
A proven leader with more than a decade of fiscal management experience will be the City of Topeka’s next Financial and Administrative Servi…
Two people are jailed in connection with a raid Monday in East Topeka.
What started as a normal day for Luz Maria Rivera, quickly turned horrific.
The Topeka City Manager will be around for another five years with a pay raise.