Shawnee County Parks and Recreation is offering discounts at its pools.
Goodyear and United Steelworkers have reached a tentative labor agreement. The deal means 8,000 workers will not strike at six plants in the…
A collaborative effort is underway to draw attention to Topeka’s treasures. The Topeka Zoo, Kansas Children’s Discovery Center, Shawnee Coun…
Police are looking for a man after they say he robbed a postman.
Some campers are home again after a national event celebrating Scouting.
On June 24, 2013, Topeka Police Officers responded to the CD Tradepost at 1717 SE 29th after employees called to report a robbery.
A strike might be in store for Goodyear Union Workers.
The body of Raleigh Heskett and his van were located in Marion County, Kan.
Community members in Topeka’s Oakland neighborhood came together Thursday night to develop plans for revitalizing the area.
At 11:28 last night, Topeka Police attempted to stop a gold 2010 Toyota Camry after it tried to strike a police officer at Doughitt and West…
Nearly every farmer in the “Sunflower State” has crop insurance.
The Kansas Department of Commerce has announced a new employer pledge to support the hiring of veterans.
Spray your way into a healthier lifestyle. Spray your own oil on food or into pans for non-stick cooking with the Misto Gourmet Olive Oil Sp…
Two men are still in the hospital this morning after a home invasion and shooting late Tuesday night.
The Topeka Area Association of Realtors put on a Talent Show and it was all to raise money for Michael Pry who recently underwent a double l…
Topeka and Shawnee County are one step closer to a safer and more attractive riverfront.
Back to school is still a ways out but a schedule change for the 501 District has volunteers already planning for a new routine.
Topeka native Haley Erbert is in the Top 14 on Fox’s “So You Think You Can Dance.”
“Superbod, A Hero’s Homecoming” is Washburn University’s 2013 Homecoming theme
The Topeka City Council met again last night to consider the 2014 city budget.
Gas prices have been on the rise in the capitol city in the last week.
On Saturday, the Mayor’s Office, the City Manager’s Office and the Communications’ Office presented plans for next year.
The Kansas Historical Society announced that West Fest: National Day of the Cowboy will be held 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Saturday, July 27.
An area show gives people in Northeast Kansas a chance to step back in time.
Employees of a new college campus in Topeka braved the heat to clean up Lake Shawnee today.