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BBB to host ‘Secure Your ID Day’

BBB’s Secure Your ID Day on Saturday, April 20 in Topeka from nine in the morning until noon at the Kansas Judicial Center in the west parki…

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‘Hawks for Boston’

Student Senator Kait Perry launched a “Hawks for Boston” campaign late Monday night to raise funds for victims and those impacted by the bom…

Kansas Runner Avoids Boston Chaos

Kansas Runner Avoids Boston Chaos

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Theater sign damaged

Theater sign damaged

A hit and run leaves one Topeka theater with some significant damage to its sign.

Gov. Sam Brownback

Brownback to tour state universities

The Republican governor says in a release Monday that protecting higher education funding must be a priority as the state makes spending dec…

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MIssing Person found

Investigation continues, police ask anyone with information to call detectives at 368-9400 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at …

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Double murder-suicide

Authorities say a mother and her 5-year-old daughter whose bodies were found after a house fire in rural southeastern Kansas died from gunsh…

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Exhibit at state capitol

These pieces are created by people behind bars for committing society's most heinous crimes. most never painted in their life before prison.

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Police department joins VIPS

Capt. Jeff Hooper of the Riley County Police Department announced that they have joined the national Volunteers in Police Service program (V…

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No siren test today

The Shawnee County Emergency Management reports that due to overcast weather there will be no noon siren test today in Shawnee County.