It could cost you more to keep your house warm this winter.
Thursday night marked the first meeting for the new USD 501 school board members.
A 79-year-old Topeka man who went missing yesterday is safe and returning to his family this morning.
For information on how to make a public comment with the Kansas Corporation Commission regarding the proposed rate increase, click here
The facility at the 805 southeast 12th Street includes an outdoor movie theater and a garden.
Attorneys for Kansas and Planned Parenthood are asking a judge to postpone a hearing in the organization's federal lawsuit over parts of a n…
The decision to replace a bridge in Shawnee County has been delayed.
A southeast Kansas zoo remains closed while a search continues for an escaped monkey.
A Wichita man is in custody after allegedly robbing a Topeka Kwik Shop.
A new government report shows the Kansas winter wheat crop is far bigger than previously forecast.
More than 40 local teens from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Topeka will benefit from a $8,000 grant awarded by the Taco Bell Foundation for Teen…
Tiffany the Gorilla will be celebrating her 45th birthday during "Late Night with Lenehan" at the Topeka Zoo tonight.
Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's critics are not mollified by his latest statement outlining why he won't release the names of applicants for…
Turn ordinary potatoes into restaurant quality french fries in one, clean motion. That’s the promise of the kitchen slicer Perfect Fries. Ka…
Federal prosecutors have accused a U.S. Postal Service employee in Kansas City, Kan., with stealing prescription pain medicine from the mail…
A newly released drought update says most of Kansas is still in a drought.
On Tuesday July 9, 2013 we had the story on Kansas Highways and the possibility of toll fees rising in the future.
Prosecutors from around the country are in Topeka, focusing on Domestic Violence issues.
Brownback says he won't disclose the applicants for the Kansas Court of Appeals because it would prevent some qualified candidates from comi…
Members of problem-gambling task forces in Kansas say the state is not adequately funding efforts to combat gambling and other addictions.