Plans continue to move ahead on a 4 million dollar airport expansion project in Osage City.
There's a place in Lawrence where they're using music to bring adults with special needs out of their shell.
Back in October we told you about Steven Wescott, his goat, Leroy Brown and their goal to walk from Seattle, Washington to times square.
Storm Track Meteorologist Kyle Borchert lets us know what types of fire pits are allowed in our area and which ones could be illegal.
After nearly five years of debate, the Lawrence City Commission approved a program to license and inspect nearly every rental unit in the ci…
Manhattan will be the site of the 2014 Heartland Byways Conference, April 14-16, 2014.
In possible setbacks for the e-cigarette industry, a study published in a leading medical journal found the nicotine devices did little or n…
The Shawnee County Health Agency (SCHA) has partnered with the Topeka Shawnee County Public Library to host an Enrollment Blitz to help indi…
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson never forgot how he was made to feel like an outsider for having the audacity to challenge the NFL.
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration says there's been an alarming increase in the number of tower worker deaths in the past fe…
Shawnee County Parks and Recreation is still looking at options for the Abott Community Center in East Topeka.
The Kansas Turnpike Authority has entered into an agreement with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority for the two systems' electronic toll collec…
Riley County Police are investigating after tools were taken from a construction site.
Area law enforcement have arrested a registered offender.
TARC held its 60th Annual Awards Celebration Monday night.
A fire in Manhattan has been ruled an arson.
A small power outage was reported in Topeka Tuesday morning.
Today is National Agriculture Day, a time for to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture. John Floros.
They've been a rocky first few days of Spring and landscapers are among the most frustrated.
The center says visitors from 113 Kansas communities and more than 20 states stopped by last week.