The comic actor who added his genius to "The Carol Burnett Show," and rode us to waves of laughter in "Blazing Saddles," has died at age 81. His death is the latest sad note in Hollywood, which has seen the passings of many television and film favorites this week.
Senator Clinton's backers are demanding the Democratic National Committee count her delegates in the Florida and Michigan primaries. Those delegates were stripped by the party, since the primaries were held too early, against DNC rules.
Scott McClellan levels a lethal blow at the outgoing Bush administration in his soon-to-be published book, "What Happened." Some top Republicans and White House staffers are firing back at their former colleague.
A new study shows the nation's percentage of overweight kids may have peaked after 25 years of being on the rise.
40,000 cases of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder have been diagnosed in the last five years, and the Surgeon General fears the numbers are much higher than that.
From "Tootsie" to last year's "Michael Clayton.." famed actor and director Sydney Pollack was hailed as a major talent on both sides of the camera. Pollack died of cancer Monday at his home in Pacific Palisades, California.
You can make an appointment online or just show up at West Ridge Mall on the lower level by Old Navy, in Topeka, between noon and 6 p.m.
A bill signed by Governor Sebelius Thursday allows you to pay your municipal bills by using your credit or debit cards.
Congress has successfully completed its override of the Bush veto, but a blunder stopped the whole farm bill from becoming law.
The Blue Springs, Missouri bartender is on his way to fame after America votes Cook the new "Idol."
Calling all kids 9 to 13 years of age.. how'd you like to have a chance at winning at Wii, an Ipod, or even a bike or a skateboard. Here's where to pick up your "Shawnee Summer Scorecard" to get started!
Senators Pat Roberts and Sam Brownback say they're not happy with the bill's cuts to direct payments and the crop insurance program.
The Topeka based shoe company wants a court to set aside a massive $305 million judgment against it, in a trademark tangle with rival shoemaker Adidas.
CJ Online reports Wednesday night that the popular Topeka radio talk show host was fired by KMAJ after making an announcement that he was retiring.
Little Jordan the Turkey Hunter!
Birthday number 5 for Aidan.
Topeka's ageless, timeless Bobo's Drive-In gets some national love in Guy Fieri's "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" on the Food Network Monday night.
The former head of the National Institutes of Health says the government is moving too quickly in dismissing the potential link between autism and the mercury packed into some childhood vaccines.
New York Senator Hillary Clinton is favored to win the Mountaineer State on Tuesday, even with party insiders urging her to end her quest for the Presidency.
There may be as many as 2,300 victims still buried under rubble; landslides are blocking the roads in the hardest-hit areas.