On January 1, 2011, a ban on handheld cell phone use and texting by drivers went into full effect in Manhattan, Kan.
Whether you like your bacon crunchy or chewy, it can make a mess and take time. One product promises to make this breakfast-time ritual… More »
The American Red Cross is proud to announce a partnership with Heartland Park Topeka during a time when devastating tornadoes have affected our neighbors in need.
Today marks 100 years that the American Cancer Society has raised money and support for cancer research.
The noontime brownbag concerts start today in downtown Topeka.
What if a tornado were to hit your child’s school or daycare? Are they safe?
Mayor Larry Wolgast shared words of support with those affected by the tragedy in Oklahoma
As the school year draws to a close, Shawnee County Parks and Recreation swimming pools will open for the season at noon on Saturday, May 25.
The Whisper Walk for Ovarian Cancer awareness gathered at the Comprehensive Cancer Center at St. Francis Health Center today
The American Red Cross is working around the clock to help people in Oklahoma after Monday’s devastating tornadoes
Community Blood Center is holding a Media Challenge Blood Drive today.
Kansas First News Reporter Katie Sampson will have more information about these two volunteers tonight at 5 and 6.
The Kansas Division of Emergency Management is urging anyone wishing to contribute to disaster relief efforts ongoing in Oklahoma to donate cash to disaster relief organizations rather than donating goods.
Highway message boards remained unchanged as mother nature raged on Sunday evening.
Westar Energy is rewiring street lights across the Sardou Bridge in Topeka. The project, which is expected to conclude in early June, requires traffic to be restricted to one lane.
The Shawnee Heights Fire Department dedicated a new station this past weekend.… More »
Forecasters say more tornadoes could hit the nation’s midsection today. Violent storms ripped through Iowa, Kansas and Oklahoma yesterday.