Superman, the inventor of basketball, legendary 1970s rock band Kansas and the 1st Kansas Colored Infantry Regiment are among the 2013 class of inductees in the Kansas Hall of Fame.
A woman wanted for one count of identity theft and interference with a law enforcement officer is today’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
In early August (1-4) Topeka will host Warbirds and Legends, an aviation event featuring many aircraft from World War 2.
Doctors recommend using plenty of sunscreen but as Kevin Boughton reports, this summer dermatologists say to watch for new labels on those bottles.
Phase One of the City of Topeka’s Bikeways Master Plan will be implemented with the help of a major grant from the Kansas Department of Transportation
Two open houses of a historic Kansas home are scheduled for potential buyers as the state tries again to sell the property.
PT’s at College Hill came in fourth in a nationwide competition for the title of America’s Best Coffeehouse.
Washburn had 120 student-athletes earn academic honors as the MIAA announced its yearly honor roll Monday afternoon.
According to Topeka Police, a man robbed the Capital City Bank at 120 SW 6th St. a little after 8 a.m. and left on foot.
On April 25, 2013, Hostess Brands, LLC, a new company and employer under new ownership announced plans to expand and re-launch its bakery in Emporia, Kan.
Jared Holroyd has announced his withdrawal for the Topeka City Council District 8 seat.
Students from Topeka West High School and Highland Park High School received report cards this week but contained no grades.
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That was the theme of one of Helen Hocker Theater’s summer camps.
The Sunflower Music Festival of Topeka is June 7-15 at White Concert Hall at Washburn University.
Gas prices have dipped in northeast Kansas, about 30 cents in three weeks but we are still shelling out more than the rest of the nation on average.