The Greater Topeka Chamber and Go Topeka hosted a reception honoring Topeka's former mayor.
Top Republicans in the Kansas Senate have pushed a new tax plan through their chamber in hopes of ending a deadlock with House GOP leaders.
The Topeka Cemetery Association is launching a campaign with ASA Marketing Group to raise money by developing a website.
The Emporia Area Chamber and Visitors Bureau is asking the community to donate items at 7th and Merchant on Tuesday, may 28th from noon to 6…
By a 61% to 38% vote, the Boy Scouts of America has passed a resolution allowing gay scouts starting January 1, 2014.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has vetoed legislation that would have allowed limited expansion of charity raffles.
The Kansas Legislature's annual session will go into overtime because of disagreements on tax issues among Republicans.
Seven people have been released from an Emporia hospital after an ammonia leak at the city's Tyson Foods plant.
A Kansas City, Kan., man has been indicted on charges of threatening the city's police chief and other law enforcement officers.
Nearly 200 volunteers took time out of their day to help others.
A 6th grade class in Lebo, Kan. decided to have a lemonade stand this morning to raise money for the Red Cross in Oklahoma and help those af…
The Sacred Heart – St. Joseph parish is hosting a great Topeka tradition- Germanfest June 1-2 to support the Holy Family Catholic School. Ge…
Plans to add new jobs in multiple phases will eventually take Alorica’s current employment from 170 employees to 450.
California authorities have arrested a 31-year-old Kansas resident who's accused of helping coordinate gang activities in Los Angeles.
On January 1, 2011, a ban on handheld cell phone use and texting by drivers went into full effect in Manhattan, Kan.
Whether you like your bacon crunchy or chewy, it can make a mess and take time. One product promises to make this breakfast-time ritual quic…
A teacher at a suburban Wichita high school was arrested after the district reported he had made criminal threats against the school.
Prosecutors say a former Kansas police instructor killed his wife because she was divorcing him, then burned down the couple's home in Kingm…
The Kansas Legislature has approved a bill that makes several changes in alcohol laws.
Wichita residents and businesses might be required to pay a $1,000 fine a month if they use too much water.