Every year on the same day, Muhammad Babar plans to walk past a soaring clock tower that juts 180 feet toward the sky, through a gate and in…
Donald Trump proclaims he will “make America great again.” Hillary Clinton counters that America “has never stopped being great.” But what d…
A judge who was censured for having sex with two women in his chambers has handily won reelection in Orange County.
An autopsy shows Ford died from four gunshot wounds after the shooting spree that started along a highway and ended inside his workplace, Ex…
The victim is in stable condition awaiting surgery for his injuries.
Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin was scheduled to speak Monday at Fort Riley as part of the 1st Infantry Division’s “Victory Week.”
As summer weather approaches, the Topeka Fire Department has few tips for the community.
“We’re all part of a community and this community needs to feel safe on the roads,” said an organizer of the ride.
Tracking the hottest and most humid weather we’ve seen so far this calendar year.
Known too many across the world as “The Greatest”, Muhammad Ali made an impact on American’s across the world.
On Wednesday, Republican Governor Sam Brownback called the Kansas lawmakers back to the statehouse for a special session.
Identical twin sisters Alexandria and Anastasia Duval always lived together, played together and worked together, operating what were once t…
A City Council showdown over a proposed soda tax in Philadelphia got off to a stormy start.
Baltimore Orioles extended the Kansas City Royals’ losing streak to seven games with a 4-0 victory Wednesday night.
There was nothing short of legendary when the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame announced their 2016 class.
Rangers suspended their attempts on Wednesday to recover the body of a man who wandered from a designated boardwalk and fell into an acidic …
Ticks found in Kansas are capable of transmitting various types of pathogens to humans, dogs or animals.
John Meinholdt may not be a household name, but his role in the warning of Topeka back in 1966 cannot be overlooked.