Updated: 10:38 PM An official disaster designation announced Friday makes federal funding available to supplement state and local recovery efforts. It covers the period of Feb. 20-23, when back-to-back storm systems dumped record amounts of snow in parts of Kansas.
Posted: 6:09 PM The Topeka North Rotary Club held its 10th annual Educator Appreciation and Scholarship Luncheon Wednesday. Eleven educators from the Seaman School District were recognized for their efforts above and beyond the classroom.
Posted: 6:10 PM City leaders joined in cutting the ribbon Wednesday on the newly-restored Pioneer Motive Power Building. The former office building for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe railroad at 1001 NE Atchison was remodeled into apartments for senior citizens.
Posted: 6:11 PM Quarterbacks have gone first overall the past four years, but most people believe there isn't one available worthy of the selection. So the Chiefs may opt for an offensive tackle, even though only two have been picked No. 1 since 1970.
Posted: 10:49 PM Jim Leavelle spoke at Washburn University Tuesday to share his story and several Kansas police officers were there to learn from his experiences as a important police officer in history.
Posted: 6:13 PM An analysis by the consumer advocacy group the Center for Science in Public Interest showed ground beef and ground chicken were the meats most frequently associated with food-borne illness.
Posted: 6:13 PM A letter from Pope Francis that was tucked away for more than seven years has surfaced in Manhattan- a middle school assignment that two students and their former teacher say they'll hold on to forever. The pope's words have finally been translated and his message revealed.