Veterans notice a change in Memorial Day - and not for the better

There is an indescribable weight military families feel in their heart the last Monday of May – whether they’ve lost their soldier or not.


At Topeka Cemetery, the names of some of those who made the ultimate sacrifice were read.


Cemeteries across the nation held ceremonies to celebrate the men and women who lost their lives in battle.



Community members gathered at the Holton Town Square to remember those from their community who made the ultimate sacrifice.


Sen. Roberts joins Memorial Day ceremonies at Rochester Cemetery


Family of missing Wichita boy plans cookout for searchers


Wild deer plays fetch with man and dog


Community rallies for 94 year-old WWII veteran scammed out of $43k


Flood waters continue causing trouble on K-99 in Lyon County


More rain on the last day of May


Hosmer hits 3-run homer as Royals top Rays 6-2


Soldier shares meaning of Memorial Day


Man driving stolen front loader crashes into liquor store, leads police on low-speed chase


Rwandan genocide survivor, author will visit Topeka in June


Vintage Base Ball hosts first annual Free State Base Ball Festival in Topeka


Baylor hires former Wake coach Grobe to replace Briles


2 men hurt in fiery Highway 75 crash


Melissa Jarboe talks about the future of the group she founded


Melissa Jarboe remembers her husband, Jamie, on this Memorial Day


Oh deer! This fawn rescue in Burlington is too cute


North Lyon County breaks ground for new veteran memorial


Explosion flattens Butler Co. home; Blast could be heard 20 miles away


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