Bit by bit, panel by panel, the new copper skin of the roof and dome of the Kansas Statehouse is beginning to emerge from behind a beehive o…
USDA officials have removed an alleged violation from the latest Topeka Zoo inspection report.
STOMP, the international percussion sensation, returns to the Topeka Performing Arts Center on Thursday, September 12, 2013.
The Topeka Roadrunners and Cumulus Media have announced the partnership where every game this season can be heard live on Sports Radio 1590 …
Kansas First News Reporter Katie Sampson tells us how they're dealing with the drops and how you can use them to your advantage.
A longstanding staple of the Topeka Skyline is another step closer to renovation.
Riley County Police Department is reminding people to lock their doors after a rash of vehicle burglaries.
The Manley’s are credited for saving the life of 4-year-old Myles Didde earlier this summer at a Kansas City, MO swimming pool.
The Topeka Police Department detectives are asking for the public's assistance in attempting to identify a white male who was caught on vide…
Neighborhoods around Shawnee County will take a stand against crime this weekend.
Private donations to Kansas Avenue Renovations are starting to roll in.
Topeka native Hayley Erbert is now in the top 10 dancers on the hit FOX show 'So You Think You Can Dance.'
Flood waters are still causing problems and a spectacle near Emporia.
Due to the weather conditions, the weekly Noon Monday test of the Shawnee County Outdoor Warning Sirens will not be conducted.
Members at a Topeka church celebrated breaking ground today on a new expansion.
The Topeka Rotary Foundation is now accepting proposals to fund social service, public health, public safety, arts, culture, recreation and …
Emergency crews are on the scene of a car vs. pedestrian accident on NW St. John and Topeka Blvd.
West Ridge Mall in Topeka is hosting "Back At It" events tomorrow.
Some Topekans are getting a leg up in life thanks to the efforst of the "Topeka Moving Ahead Program or T-MAP.
Four U.S. senators including Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas have a new bill that would benefit food banks around the country.