Today folks brought out their bats for a softball tournament at the Shawnee South Diamonds on Westview road. the games ran from morning til evening… and all benefits go to the plaza west care center residents.
Two people are recovering from injuries and one man is behind bars after a cutting at a bar yesterday.
The Kansas City Chiefs hang on and beat the Dallas Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday 17-16.
A cement block from the wreckage at Ground Zero will not be placed in Topeka as originally planned, and now it’s the center of a legal battle.
A suspicious package was found on a police car on the west side of the building.
The second annual Jazz on Holton Square will be tomorrow starting at 4 p.m.
The St. Francis Health Foundations says two local families, Tim Etzel and Carole Bloomfield Etzel and Jerry and Janet Mcelroy joined together to donate one million dollars in honor of the Sisters of Charity.
For those traveling on I-470 this weekend, expect some delays because of bridge repair work.
Kansas Highway Patrol Lieutenant Brent Smith was the first speaker this year.
Washburn University President Dr. Jerry Farley was in New York City the day of the September 11th attacks. He was supposed to have a meeting at World Trade Plaza that morning. He shares his story with Kansas First News.
Two men have been indicted on federal charges in connection with a robbery at a Red Robin restaurant in Topeka
In an effort to carry out 2014 budget reductions and realize savings this year, City Manager Jim Colson announced the elimination of three management positions.
Wilma Becker was the lucky winner of the grand prize at this year’s Great Topeka Duck Race at Lake Shawnee on Saturday.
The Topeka Fire Department responded to a reported structure fire at 3340 SW Spring Creek PL. shortly after 4:30 a.m. on September 12, 2013.
The Topeka West Junior ROTC, band, students and teachers observed those lost when planes flew into the World Trade Centers.
People lined up in their cars to get the shot starting at 9 yesterday morning at the first day of the drive-thru clinic.
A warning for small business owners and it doesn’t come from authorities but from a Topeka store owner who says he’s been wrangled into a payroll check scheme that Topeka Police tell Kansas First News Reporter Kevin Boughton is almost impossible to stop.