We have a travel alert for you this morning.
The summer fun is over and it's time for students to hit the books.
School bus safety starts before your child even gets on the bus.
With most schools starting back up this week, kids will be walking to school, waiting at bus stops, and riding in buses.
Topeka is going to the dogs.
The state's First Lady has a new book to add to her collection.
The business says they will continue to support the downtown project and be advocates for the community.
The "Up In Smoke" tour featuring Cheech & Chong and WAR, is making a stop at the Kansas Expocentre on Wednesday, September 17th.
National Night Out Against Crime is to help create a sense of community between neighbors and police agencies.
In March President Barack Obama nominated him to serve as the U.S. Marshal for Kansas.
The St. Francis Health brand is sporting a new look.
WWE will return to Topeka in October.
RedTire is short for re-directing your retirement.
There's been an increase in cases of people getting brown recluse spider bites in parts of the south. But should Kansan's be worried?
Theatre summer camps are available for different age groups throughout the summer.
The station was renovated more than 10 years ago after sitting vacant for a number of years.
Despite news of shootings, stabbings, and assaults in recent weeks, Topeka crime is down.
Fort Scott Community College board votes out their president
The vandals struck the north end of in the capitol city, the second time in a week where there's been a vandalism spree.
Highland Park High School drama students loaded up the bus Tuesday morning.