To keep your time around the water safe and enjoyable, the American Red Cross has important tips for you to follow.
Topeka Native, Pat Ferrell, son of Dean and Pam Ferrell, is this year’s national Big Brother of the Year.
Kansas First News Reporter Katie Sampson tells us how just 60 seconds can sometimes mean a matter of life and death.
Opponents of multistate reading and math standards adopted for Kansas public schools are pushing the state school board not to join other states to develop annual tests to measure how well students learn.
The Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library is weighing its options when it comes to the cost of not allowing concealed carry holders to bring their guns into their reading rooms.
A donation drive for the Helping Hands Humane Society is being spear-headed by Nick Habig, a Boy Scout with troop 18 in Tecumseh.
According to topekagasprices.com average retail prices in Topeka have dropped .6 cents in the past week, averaging $3.28 a gallon.
The Community Resources Council is reopening at a new location today at the Avondale East Community Resource Center.
The Shawnee County Extension Master Gardeners will help gardeners and green thumbs alike take care of sick plants today.
Kansas First News Reporter Don Bolerjack shows why this cultural and historical celebration is so important for the Hispanic Community.