Manhattan city commissioners have given cab drivers permission to charge a $75 fee to customers who vomit or otherwise soil their vehicles.
KDOT is hosting an open house tonight in Osage City from 5 to 7 tonight at the Osage City Schools lunchroom, 420 South 4th Street.
Some students in Manhattan are now more equipped to stand up to bullies, without being violent.
Veterinarians and lab experts at K-State are trying to solve a mystery at an Emporia animal shelter. An unknown illness has forced vets to euthanize 13 dogs at the shelter.
A Topeka man with a record of felony convictions has been indicted on federal gun and drug charges, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today.
The Topeka Police Department made an arrest yesterday on the September 17, 2013 robbery that occurred at the Kwik Shop at 17th and Topeka Blvd.
These robberies have been under investigation by the Topeka Police Department and the FBI.
Emporia city manager Matt Zimmerman has resigned to become city manager of a St. Louis suburb.
An assistant professor at Kansas State University is asking for the public’s help to locate her husband, who hasn’t been seen since Sept. 2.
Bids for the controversial South Lawrence Trafficway came in lower than expected, meaning construction could begin next month.
Kris Kobach is scheduled to testify in Cincinnati before a presidential elections commission about the state’s efforts to crosscheck voter registration databases.
The stories of one of Topeka’s most famous and influential families are now available at the click of a mouse.
State statistics show that four times as many prospective Kansas voters have their registrations on hold for failing to meet a proof-of-citizenship requirement than for all other reasons combined.
It’s the second armed robbery in only two days: robbers hit another Kwik Shop early this morning.
With all of the recent robberies in Topeka, the Kansas Restaurant and Hospitality Association offers this advice for business owners and their employees.
U.S. Census Bureau data released Tuesday showed that the Kansas uninsured rate remained unchanged at 13.1 percent.
Metropolitan Topeka Airport Authority (MTAA) announced today that Topeka travelers who have booked certain United Airlines tickets for travel into and out of Kansas City International Airport may qualify to change those tickets for use on new United Express service from Topeka Regional Airport.