Educational Credit Union has selected Mrs. Musselman, a second grade teacher at Silver Lake Elementary School, is ECU’s “Teacher That Makes a Difference winner.” Mrs. Musselman will receive an iPad2 for her classroom and her nominator will receive an iPad mini.
Crews on foot, horseback and all-terrain vehicles resumed their search for an 18-month-old girl who is presumed dead after the bodies of her mother and two men were found at an eastern Kansas farm.
A veteran southeast Kansas Democrat is announcing that he will retire from office at the end of the 2013 session.
The Kansas Supreme Court has upheld the convictions of a man serving life in prison with no chance of parole for the murder of an El Dorado teenager who led a secret life as an Internet porn model.
From 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. today, southbound U.S. 75 right lane over Westgate Bridge in Topeka will be CLOSED for bridge inspection work.
Enjoy American stage, screen and Billboard charts as the Topeka Festival Singers present their final concert of the season Monday night.
Legislators are touting changes made to Kansas driver’s license laws that they say will help poorer residents drive in limited situations while their licenses are suspended.
The Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 has presented an achievement award to Kansas State University for demonstrating commitment to improving sustainable food management practices.
Kansas National Guard officials are marking a milestone for a unit that rebuilds tank engines for the U.S. military and foreign customers.
A committee in the Kansas Legislature is trying to prevent the sale of a parking lot for government workers near the Statehouse.
Data from the Kansas Geological Survey show oil production in Kansas last year was up over 2011, but natural gas production was down.
A northeast Kansas doctor accused of illegally distributing prescription drugs will remain in federal custody for now.
A federal trial for five people involved with Kansas City-based Petro America Corp. is nearing the end of its third week with testimony from defense witnesses who say they still believe in the company.
A Republican-dominated Kansas House committee has approved GOP Gov. Sam Brownback’s proposal to shift projected savings from an overhaul of the state’s Medicaid program to in-home services for the disabled.
The fourth annual Kid’s Art Show took place at Family Service and Guidance Center where more than 80 pieces of art by kids were on display.
Kansas Main Street program was established in 1985, but it ended in 2012 due to budget cuts. Now it’s coming back.
It’s the biggest drug bust the Junction City Chief of Police has ever seen. 90 people arrested in Junction City, Manhattan, Grandview Plaza and Ogden. All part of a 13-month investigation involving the conspiracy to distribute crack cocaine called Operation Adabag.