First Lady Michelle Obama will deliver the May 17, 2014 commencement address to graduating seniors from Topeka Public Schools.
On Wednesday, Topeka leaders proved that a bright future is ahead for those who live in the capital city and their families.
A partnership of USD #345 Seaman and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Topeka have received a major grant award to benefit the health and wellness of Seaman students.
The Topeka City Council approved a new property maintenance code enforcement ordinance effective July 1, 2014.
An accident in the Montara neighborhood ended with a vehicle in a front yard.
List of changes to Ft. Riley in “Campaign Plan 2020″:
-Open Sexual Assault Response and Prevention Center
- Approval of Kansas national Guard,… More »
The popular M&M’s Store in Downtown Topeka has brought a lot of sweet success and it’s benefiting more than just the pop-up shop itself.
The “Kansas Children’s Discovery Center” installed a new sustainable rain garden system.
The Downtown Revitalization Project is getting a boost in funding.
The Gage Park Mini-Train and Carousel are scheduled to open for the season on Friday.
Westar Energy employees rolled up their sleeves for a good cause Thursday.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is now a designated “Family Place Library.”
That means it is a learning environment for very young… More »
Topeka’s 6th Annual Tulip Time has been delayed one week, and scheduled to run April 11-27.
A preliminary hearing is set for a man accused of murder at a Topeka apartment complex.
Kansas First News Anchor Natalie Davis will be there to speak about her personal experience having a brother with Autism Spectrum Disorder and will also introduce the keynote speaker Dr. Stephen Shore.
Shawnee County Commissioner Bob Archer has taken a stand against The Affordable Care Act.
Changes to code enforcement was the topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Topeka City Council work session.