The executive director of the Kansas Corporation Commission no longer works for the commission.
Crews have recovered a body matching the description of an 18-year-old man reported missing while kayaking on Kanopolis Lake.
It is with great sadness that the Topeka Zoo announces the passing of George the Pronghorn. Zoo staff and veterinarians treated George for neurologic symptoms.
Part of a drive shaft off a truck broke off and struck the drivers side of a woman’s vehicle.
A Manhattan man says he wants moderates of both the Democratic and Republican parties to form a new political party in Kansas.
Department of Agriculture officials are asking all licensed scale service companies to attend a meeting to discuss the low accuracy rate of heavy-capacity scales.
Members of a political action committee say they want more women to seek political office in Kansas.
Concealed weapons will not be allowed in public buildings in Shawnee County for another six months.
New statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the nation overall is aging but Kansas was one of only five states where the median age of residents decreased.
Kansas health officials are cautioning people to stay out of three lakes where toxic blue-green algae has been confirmed.
A partnership between two medical centers and Washburn University could decrease the high cost of emergency room visits.
A neighbor who lives right downstairs from the crime scene says she heard the gunshots.
Proclaiming Kansas “open for business,” Gov. Sam Brownback on Thursday signed into law a measure that makes additional income tax cuts over the next five years while generating new revenue through higher sales taxes and other adjustments.
The suspect has no shirt and red shorts and is a black male, anyone with information is being asked to call dispatch at 368-9200.
At approximately 12:39 this afternoon, Topeka Police responded to a rollover accident around 10th and Kansas Ave.
A federal grant has three Topeka elementary schools making big plans for the future.
A new fire house in Southwest Topeka means a safer and more efficient fire department but those aren’t the only perks, it could also save some people money on their bills.