24-year-old Joel Heil appeared via closed-circuit video Thursday morning in Saline County District Court.
Severe storms may be headed our way this weekend, just in time for big events like graduations and the NHRA Kansas Nationals.
The Pottawatomie County Sheriff Office continues to investigate a series of what appears to be related thefts from construction sites, construction vehicles
Kansas House and Senate budget negotiators have agreed to authorize issuing $202 million in bonds to build a federal biodefense research lab in Manhattan.
Topeka Summer Park Concerts officially kicked off last night.
Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick and Senate Democratic Leader Anthony Hensley aren’t impressed with talk from Senate Republicans that a deal on taxes is getting closer.
The owner of a transient roofing company was sentenced yesterday on felony charges of theft and making false information related to business transactions in Shawnee and Osage counties
Kansas State University has gotten the OK to build a new residence hall, renovate two others and replace a dining center.
Brownback announced the more than 5,000 Kansans participating in the Governor’s Weight Loss Challenge lost a total of 44,409 pounds or a little more than 22 tons.
TARC surprised the 5th grade Girl Talk group this morning at Meadows Elementary
Questar Fueling has confirmed its decision to purchase 24 acres located at 5625 SW Wenger Street, in Central Crossing Commerce Park in south Topeka
Shawnee County Sheriff’s detectives are attempting to locate a stolen Model T-Style miniature truck.
Topeka Police Department reported to a 6-car pileup in the 1100 block of SW 29th Street, a few blocks west of Topeka Blvd that happened at about 1:15 p.m.
Topeka police say a 12-year-old boy from Fort Riley has died after he was pulled from a Topeka hotel’s pool.
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Coming next school year at Topeka elementary schools, on certain Wednesdays, school will start an hour later.
The Kansas Senate approved a bill that would rescind state restrictions on land use near state or national historic sites.