People typically get your mother flowers for Mother's Day but as Kansas First News reporter Vanessa Martinas explains this year people are h…
Topeka-native Gary Woodland finished in a tie for 11th at The Players Championship on Sunday afternoon.
Pierre Desir, who played at Washburn for two seasons before transferring to Lindenwood, was selected in the 4th round of the 2014 NFL Draft …
Topeka native Gary Woodland shot a two-under round of 70 in the third round of The Players Championship.
Pet owners and emergency response teams learned how to prepare their pets for a disaster Sunday.
Heartland Park was host to a very special event Saturday morning and people who went were there for one reason, and one reason only.
The capital murder retrial of Phillip D. Cheatham Jr. has been scheduled to begin in early January.
The Kansas Jayhawks used a three-run bottom of the 8th inning to beat the West Virginia Mountaineers 5-3 on Friday night.
A month after his arrest, Topeka's district two councilman has resigned from office.
A bus accident south of Topeka ended with one person under arrest.
Technology is providing new ways to help catch criminals.
NASCAR driver Dale Earnhardt Jr. spent time at Seaman High School on Thursday afternoon.
The State Department of Corrections & the Topeka Police Department are attempting to locate Linda Marshall also known as Linda Swopes.
Heidi Crowley takes care of 4 kids on her own and juggles a full-time job, on Wednesday she found out the daycare her kids go to, is shuttin…
The City of Topeka is working to become a bike friendly city. Their latest plans include an ordinance that would require newly built parking…
The man charged with the 2012 homicide of a Topeka woman is now in custody.
Kathy Sawyer will sit in the front row of First Lady Michelle Obama's address of Topeka's high school graduates.
In honor of Tourism Week Visit Topeka announced two campaigns that focus on the "Capital City's tourism and hospitality industry.
Washburn University president Jerry Farley says faculty and staff are not restricted from speaking to the media and legislators.
Topeka City Councilman John M. Campos II entered a diversion agreement on two felonies that led to an effort to remove him from the council.