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.
Jingga, the Topeka Zoo’s 3-year-old Sumatran tigress, is pregnant.
Teamster Union members claim Shawnee County services are suffering because employees are not getting a raise.
A local church was the site of a family health fair Sunday.
A Kansas native and University of Kansas graduate spoke Saturday at Topeka’s Fire Station No. 2 about American values.
The sounds of the “Old West” could be heard on Washburn University’s campus Saturday night.
Wresting fans got their fill of the sport this weekend at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka.
Growth in Riley County has new day cares opening every month.
An M&M’s World Store opened Friday morning in downtown Topeka.
The Easter Seals Capper Foundation gave out two trophies for the successful Blarney Breakfast.
Keeping teens drug free.
That was the focus of today’s Red Ribbon Annual Luncheon and Training seminar.
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On Wednesday night, kids in Silver Lake sang and danced for an audience.
Today is the Topeka & Shawnee County storm spotter training session
An Emporia disc golf business is seeing sales skyrocket after opening it’s first distribution warehouse two months ago.
Topekans celebrated ten years of empowering women with disabilities at the Ms. Wheelchair Pageant and the mistress of ceremonies was Kansas First New’s very own Cristina Frank.