Tuesday morning power outage hits Central Topeka

Westar told 13 NEWS that a power outage has impacted about a thousand customers covering the southern part of Downtown to the Central Park area near 17th street.

The active weather pattern continues with a severe weather risk

The U.S. House of Representatives voted down the Kelsey Smith Act in action Monday evening, but its supporters plan to bring it forward again.

The Kansas Court of Appeals has overturned an Emporia man's drug convictions and faulted a prosecutor for "flagrant" errors.

Missing Kansas baby's father admits to removing GPS tracker

Bill Cosby pretrial hearing

FDA makes changes to nutrition labels

Woman pleads guilty in Salina embezzlement case

Pledge of Allegiance: Mrs. Wright's class

Boys and Girls Club of Topeka receives check for STEM education

Marissa Mayer's security cost Yahoo $500,000

Grape Escape brings wine, food, fun... and Dave Coulier

Man bitten by bear after breaking into zoo

Burt Kwouk, veteran of the 'Pink Panther' movies, dies at 85

Are muscle cars worthy of the name in crash tests?

Kansas teacher who used racial slur in class fired

Wichita State gets $1M to help modernize aerospace building

2 men plead guilty to interstate burglary spree

Kansas City streetcar running again after derailment

Clinton refuses to debate Sanders in California

Kansas City, Kansas, police identify fatal shooting victim

Alex Gordon headed to disabled list with fractured wrist

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