Dr. Patricia Wright, the Easter Seals National Director of Autism Services, will hold an Autism Community Forum Thursday night in Topeka.
A volunteer Reno County firefighter is charged with 14 felony counts of arson after investigators alleged he set more than a dozen grass fires last fall.
Westar Energy officials who were already dealing with $200,000 in damage done at a substation during the weekend say thieves also hit two other substations.
University of Kansas leaders are hailing the designation of the Lawrence campus as a new listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
The Auburn-Washburn School District honored several staff members for their service to the district.
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Federal prosecutor’s in Kansas have accused a former union employee of stealing about $50,000 from an employee benefit plan.
A drug take back event in Douglas County has drawn a record response.
A town and school rallied around a boy stricken with cancer at just 14 years old.
At Monday’s meeting Shawnee County Commissioners rejected a proposal to change property zoning at 7050 SW 21st Street to allow Custom Tree Care Inc, to relocate there.
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback delivered his second Governor’s Budget Amendment (GBA) for Fiscal Years 2013, 2014 and 2015 to the Kansas Legislature Monday. Total adjustments reduce spending approximately $102 million.
The 2013 Spring Governor’s Cup soccer tournament will be held in the Capital City the weekend of May 3-5, 2013.
Cessna Aircraft is offering voluntary retirement buyouts for its hourly employees.
At about 1:45 p.m. the Topeka Police Department arrived at 1906 SE Washington after reports of multiple gun shots were heard.
The African Children’s Choir has performed before presidents, heads of state and most recently the Queen of England.
A 66-year-old Missouri lawyer has been sentenced to five years in federal prison after he was caught in an undercover sting conspiring to launder drug money.