Court rejects funding law; If Kansas schools close, it blames lawmakers

The Kansas Supreme court has ruled the state legislature did not cure inequality issue in school funding.

When maintenance crews climbed onto the roof of the court building to investigate what was letting the water seep through Thursday night, they discovered a capstone falling from TPAC's higher roof.

As the low pressure moves to our north, our rain chances begin their decline.

A man brought in by TPD faces multiple charges and not likely to get out of jail on bail.

Loved ones pay tribute to fallen veterans through pictures

Council member and residents understand why City Manager is eyeing Arizona

Hiker writes about bear attack

Here's where Topeka Police will conduct their sobriety checkpoints Saturday

These storms weren't all bad news for Lake Shawnee

IRS scheduled to auction Topeka business property

Update on flooded road closure for northeast Kansas

13 News Saturday Edition

Memorial Day travel by the numbers

Cold Stone Birthday Club 5-28-16

Local teams advance in state tournaments

Hosmer homers, drives in 4, as Royals top White Sox 7-5

Washburn Business students raise a cigar, to their guitar success

Vintage baseball documentary featured at Jayhawk Theatre Saturday

NWS says a tornado did hit Silver Lake Thursday night

Revenue Dept. waiving fees to help storm victims

KC firefighters save elderly woman trapped in flooded car

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