A Topeka group that works to eliminate prejudice will now include protecting those in the lesbian, gay and trans-gender community.
It happened a little after 1:30 Wednesday morning at the Kwik Shop on northeast Wabash.
A former northwest Kansas jailer has revised his whistleblower lawsuit after a federal judge dismissed his earlier claims.
Organizers say nearly 630 people showed up at Washburn University’s Moore Bowl for the health fair and then sweated it out with a workout on…
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation and a special prosecutor are looking into an incident involving the Hamilton County sheriff.
The Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office & the Topeka Police Department are attempting to locate Thomas Kent.
Police have released photos from Sunday’s aggravated robbery of the North Topeka Dairy Queen.
In just a few weeks, two new vice presidents will start at “Go Topeka.”
Police in Wichita are investigating the death of a baby at a south Wichita home.
Hutchinson Regional Medical Center has reached a settlement over allegations the hospital submitted false claims to Medicare.
The former manager of a western Kansas electric cooperative has been charged with stealing more than $100,000.
Democrat Paul Davis is officially entering the 2014 Kansas governor’s race, announcing his plans to challenge Republican Gov. Sam Brownback.
Topeka Police are offering advice to business owners this morning about security, because of recent armed robberies in the area.
A Topeka community theater will expand to two nearby towns.
A Jackson County employee is accused of stealing more than $16,000 from the county.
Storm Track Meteorologist, Kyle Borchert tells us just how dangerous flooding can be.
The Kansas Bioscience Authority’s executive committee has approved up to $1.6 million in new investments for two Kansas City-area companies.
The fire that occurred early on the morning of August 22, 2013 at 721 Osage Street, Manhattan, Kan. has been ruled an incendiary fire by inv…
Images of this armed criminal action were captured by the store’s surveillance system. At this time, authorities have not been able to ident…
A Kansas State Board of Education member who was criticized for using a racial slur has offered to recite Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Ha…