The White House says President Barack Obama opposes a House bill that would speed approval of the proposed Keystone XL oil pipeline from Can…
On Tuesday night, the Topeka City Council approved the settlements for two police employees who received injuries in the line of duty that l…
On Tuesday, May 28th… a project will begin to replace the US 24 bridge spanning Topeka Boulevard.
Negotiators from the Kansas House and Senate are moving closer to a deal on canceling all or part of a scheduled drop in the state sales tax…
They may be about 300 miles away from Moore, but people in Topeka are doing their part to support the victims of the deadly tornado.
Hope Street Academy hosted a pinewood derby competition Tuesday afternoon in the school's auditorium.
Choir Director Mark Fuller and Choir Accompanist Natalie Gallecier each kissed a pig as a reward to WRMS 8th grade students.
Shortly after 7:15 am Tuesday morning, fire crews were called to the mission's thrift store at 1304 N. Kansas Avenue.
Mayor Larry Wolgast shared words of support with those affected by the tragedy in Oklahoma
A deputy at a central Kansas jail is accused of having illegal sexual relations with a female inmate and bribing or intimidating two others.
As the school year draws to a close, Shawnee County Parks and Recreation swimming pools will open for the season at noon on Saturday, May 25…
Kansas legislators have given final approval to a bill barring the use of state funds to promote or oppose gun-control policies.
The Whisper Walk for Ovarian Cancer awareness gathered at the Comprehensive Cancer Center at St. Francis Health Center today
A pharmacist from Tennessee has pleaded guilty to substituting a cheaper drug imported from China
The American Red Cross is working around the clock to help people in Oklahoma after Monday’s devastating tornadoes
About 30 tea party activists are rallying outside the IRS building in Kansas City
Union Pacific Railroad reminds drivers to use caution at railroad crossings while traveling in their vehicles this Memorial Day weekend.
Community Blood Center is holding a Media Challenge Blood Drive today.
Highway signs honoring two Kansas killed in Vietnam more than four decades ago were unveiled yesterday afternoon at Marysville City Hall.