Administrators and employees at the Brown vs Board of Education site were only at work long enough to prepare for a leave of absence without an end in sight Tuesday morning.
The Douglas County Underwater Rescue and Recovery team spent much of Monday at Lake Shawnee.
Kansas First New photojournalist Nate Tacey met with the owner of Dowtown Craft Brew looking to do his part in reviving Downtown Topeka.
A woman was taken to a hospital after being struck by a pickup Monday morning.
A Topeka girl is making laps around her neighborhood, going door to door, but she’s not selling anything.
The Topeka Roadrunners lose 4-3 against Springfield Junior Blues on Friday night.
Week four of the high school football season wraps up. See all the scores and highlights on the Football Frenzy.
On Tuesday, October 1st, the Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority will celebrate its 40th Birthday by offering FREE rides.
With only six days left in “National Preparedness Month,” Shawnee County Emergency Managers are as busy as ever, despite the beautiful weather.
High school bands took part in the Centennial League Marching Exhibition at Hummer Sports Park.
The suspect had black electrical tape on his chin. The suspect then left the area on a bicycle. Surveillance cameras in the area documented the suspect in the area before the robbery occurred.
Helping Hands Humane Society will host the third installment in their Paws for a Cause Seminar Series on Monday September 30, 2013.
Just before 3 this morning authorities were called to the El Mezcal at 511 SW Topeka Blvd. after an alarm was set off.
Tuesday night members of the city council approved a zoning ordinance that would allow for the building of a much debated Walmart Superstore.
A Topeka man arrested in Omaha has been charged with robbing the Kaw Valley Bank in Topeka.
A Topeka High School grad rode halfway across the country to celebrate his 50th class reunion.
Some area middle school students got a lesson on bullies yesterday.