The Kansas Corporation Commission will not ask an independent consultant to investigate the executive director’s complaints about the agency’s staff.
According to Lexie Salmon-Her Fight is Our Fight’s Facebook page, Lexie Salmon passed away last night.
The high demand for concealed carry permits is continuing in Kansas.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff says inmates are wasting too much toilet paper, so he’s reduced their supply.
More than 20-thousand pounds of free food will be given away Thursday morning on the grounds of the Kansas Neurological Institute at SW 21st and Randolph.
The names of 10 soldiers killed in combat in the past year will be added next week to a memorial walk outside the 1st Infantry Division headquarters building at Fort Riley.
The Topeka Tourism Alliance was formed ten years ago to promote tourism within Topeka. As part of a rebranding effort, the Alliance is seeking to redesign and refresh its logo though a local artists contest.
Via Christi Health has begun reducing its workforce by approximately 360 positions
Officials working to build a memorial honoring President Dwight D. Eisenhower in Washington are launching a new short film online to mark the 69th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Europe during World War II.
At about 12:30 Thursday morning Topeka police tried to stop a Suburban at 6th and Harrison when the driver allegedly fled the scene.