Parents can expect their kids to learn in a more dynamic way, now that we’re learning more details about the bells and whistles that will be in a new science park.
The “Sertoma Great Topeka Duck Race” is this weekend, when thousands of birds get dumped into Lake Shawnee.
If you’re planning to go out to dinner this week, there’s one less restaurant in town after 45 years of operation.
Family Service & Guidance Center is pleased to announce that the 7th annual Works of Heart Art Event
There is a public information meeting tonight on the Health Care Act.
Summer doesn’t officially end for another few weeks but flu season is right around the corner and The Cotton O’Neil Clinic has set the dates for its 2013 seasonal flu shot clinics.
It’s tough for adults to get back in the swing of things after a long Labor Day Weekend, and it’s often even tougher for kids because it changes their school routine.
Gas prices in the Capital City climbed nearly 15 cents from week to week.
Topeka Police are looking for a man after they say he robbed a North Topeka gas station last night.
A Topeka Restaurant had more than $30,000 of copper wire stolen recently.
Clifford Everitt is a World War II pilot who has been living at Topeka Presbyterian Manor and is on Grace Hospice.
You can donate all of your treasures to the annual Sale in the Park which will be held on Saturday, September 7, at the Crestview Shelter House in Shunga Park
Veterans and their families got to recreate a “Troop Train” as a Labor Day treat at Gage Park yesterday.
People close to the Veterans Memorial in the southeast corner of Gage Park gathered yesterday to remember and honor those who never returned from war.
The Kansas Book Festival will take place Saturday, September 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Statehouse.
Drivers can expect delays on I-70 this week in Topeka.
Nicolette Schleisman explains how the church got a little bit of good news this week.