In the 1940's, basketball was the only sport that remained segregated at Topeka High.
Updated: 10:26 PM
Junction City Police stopped a GMC pickup, driven by 78-year-old Marhsall Dion, around 9:30 Tuesday morning on I-70 for a traffic violation.
Posted: 10:19 PM
Kobach said Monday he has contacted state and Wyandotte County officials seeking an investigation into the protest held Saturday outside his Piper home.
Posted: 9:55 PM
A brand new Topeka City Council Member was introduced to residents Tuesday night.
Updated: 10:33 PM
Topeka Police Department is accepting applications for its 33rd Citizens’ Academy. Here's how to apply.
Posted: 5:53 PM
The Kansas Highway Patrol reports a Toyota car, driven by 90 year old Frederick Danenberg of Manhattan, pulled out in front of a semi truck that was traveling westbound on U24.
Updated: 9:51 PM
Juneteenth is annual celebration to reflect on the importance that the Emancipation Proclamation had on Americans that suddenly were free from slavery.
Updated: 5:42 PM
The National Weather Service is assessing a possible microburst that hit about a two block section of Topeka during a storm Tuesday afternoon.
Updated: 5:35 PM
The city of Wichita won't allow people with permits to bring concealed firearms into public buildings until at least early next year.
Posted: 3:38 PM
Tens of thousands of kids and adults around the world are united to set a new Guinness World Record
and this is the first time Topeka is splashing in.
Updated: 5:42 PM
The owner of The Diamond House was arrested last week.
Updated: 5:41 PM
A Kansas City, Kan., utility company is investigating reports that a downed power line at a public park was left unattended for more than 11 hours before a man was electrocuted.
Posted: 11:22 AM
An overturned semi left corn strewn across U.S. 24 and traffic blocked Tuesday morning near Rossville.
Updated: 12:39 PM
Hutchinson police say a man lost part of his arm in an industrial accident at the Tyson Foods plant in Hutchinson.
Updated: 8:37 AM
Lawrence officials are taking aim at a bed bug problem that's emerging at apartment complexes with new rules allowing the city to tell people how and when to exterminate the critters.
Posted: 7:19 AM
A new report estimates that just 11 percent of the Kansas winter wheat is now ripe, with harvest in much of southern Kansas just days away.
Posted: 5:14 AM
Kansas House Speaker Ray Merrick has hired an attorney in the secretary of state's office as his new legislative director.
Posted: 5:11 AM
One person has escaped from the Lansing Correctional Facility.
Updated: 8:36 AM
The Topeka Police Department is searching for a person who robbed a residence Monday afternoon.
Updated: 7:30 PM
A Kansas State University graduate student responsible for a head-on collision that killed an Ogden couple will serve 60 days in the Riley County Jail.
Updated: 11:42 AM
A small rural Kansas church is celebrating what some might consider a gift from God.
Posted: 4:21 PM
32-year-old Hugh Cranford is scheduled to be back in court on July 25th.
Posted: 4:12 PM
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach says the state's proof-of-citizenship requirement for new voters can still be enforced after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling against a similar Arizona law.
Updated: 4:07 PM
For the third time in 7 months, Wolfe's downtown Topeka photography shop was burglarized and property worth up to 20 thousand dollars stolen.
Updated: 9:27 AM
A Topeka man has pleaded guilty to taking part in an armed robbery at a Little Caesars Pizza restaurant, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today.
Posted: 2:04 PM
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