Posted: 11:21 PM A car accident in Topeka sends a man to the hospital with potentially life-threatening injuries Tuesday night. Topeka Police say three vehicles were involved in the collision where 12th and Huntoon intersect with South Topeka Boulevard. It happened about 5:45 p.m.
Updated: 11:30 PM A lucky WIBW-TV viewer won a free set of RoadRunners season tickets through our new promotion - "Text WIBW". Just send "WIBW" to 91924 for your chance to win prizes, including tickets to next Tuesday's Carrie Underwood concert in Topeka.
Updated: 11:09 PM Kansas Children's Service League's "Healthy Families" program invited political candidates to their regular gathering. It was part of educating families on the governing process, and educating candidates on issues facing families.
Updated: 11:03 PM Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas offered a program to help people with diabetes tonight. The What's Cookin' with Diabetes program is a partnership with the K-State extension office and Prime Therapeutics.
Posted: 10:58 PM You can help keep Topeka safe by joining the "citizen patrol." A four-hour training session will be held Saturday at the Law Enforcement Center. Contact Safe Streets before Thursday at 785-266-4606 to reserve your spot.
Updated: 11:28 PM Kansas State University's All-University Career Fair boasts an all-time high of more than 340 employers, giving students more opportunities than ever to get their resumes out there and professional questions answered.
Posted: 10:57 PM Former President of Mexico, Vicente Fox, visted Kansas State University for the first Landon Lecture of the school year.
Posted: 10:55 PM People spoke with the Topeka City Council for more than two hours Tuesday night about whether a Topeka subdivision needed a connecting road -- or a cul de sac.
Posted: 10:54 PM Lynn Jenkins has started running her first television ad against Nancy Boyda Tuesday. In it, she says she learned "Kansas values" like being frugal and saving money by growing up on a farm in Holton. She is trying to unseat incumbent Congresswoman Nancy Boyda in the second congressional district.
Updated: 10:48 PM Congresswoman Nancy Boyda opposes President Bush's proposed $700 billion bailout plan. She says it will give Bush "sweeping new power with no judicial review" and "no effective oversight."
Updated: 10:45 PM The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is proposing a hazardous waste facility in Holton. It would serve Jackson, Atchison, Brown, and Doniphan counties. Drawings and other information will be available for review at both the Jackson County Clerk's office and KDHE's Topeka office starting Friday.
Posted: 10:41 PM Warren Buffett's investment is proving to be a huge vote of confidence for the teetering investment bank.
Updated: 10:40 PM FEMA is contributing $63.5 million dollars for repairs throughout Kansas, but the Kansas Electric Cooperatives are asking for $320 million. The damage was cause by last December's ice storm. The companies plan to appeal the decision.
Updated: 9:45 PM Kansas' top Federal prosecutor may not face much opposition, but time is ticking down for Bush appointees to win federal judgeships.
Updated: 9:31 PM Aaron Graham pleaded guilty two months ago to killing Pitt State basketball player Jamey Richardson.
Updated: 9:17 PM Christopher Dwayne Hall will be sentenced December 12th for the murder of 15-year old Nacole Winter. Hall pleaded guilty Friday to killing her.
Posted: 8:57 PM After months of pressure from Republicans, House Democrats have allowed a quarter-century ban on off-shore drilling to expire next week. The issue still needs approval from the Senate.
Updated: 7:29 PM 54-year old Randall Wayne Thomas was sentenced Tuesday to 151 months in federal prison. He pleaded guilty in May to robbing a McDonald's in the Hunter's Ridge development at Hwy. 75 and NW 46th St. in Topeka.
Updated: 7:06 PM School districts reported enrollment numbers Tuesday. Most Shawnee County districts saw more students for the 2008-2009 school year, but the Shawnee Heights district saw a slight drop.
Updated: 6:59 PM U.S. Attorney for Kansas Eric Melgren was one of five judicial nominees questioned by the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday. He's not expected to face opposition, but it's unclear whether there's time for Congress to approve the appointment before recessing.
Updated: 6:37 PM Inhaler drugs used by millions of people with emphysema and bronchitis may slightly raise the risk for heart attacks and even death, a study suggests.