Posted: 2:26 PM Seniors from across the nation shot out of the starting blocks to participate in the 2012 Kansas Senior Olympics today at Hummer Sports Park.
Posted: 9:24 PM Teens took action to give children and families staying at the Topeka Rescue Mission a carefree day of fun.
Posted: 9:12 PM The first of five conductor candidates led the Topeka Symphony Orchestra this evening at White Concert Hall.
Posted: 7:45 PM The Kansas Supreme Court has ordered a new trial for a Lawrence man convicted in 2007 of killing a woman.
Posted: 7:43 PM Unlike other states, Kansas has succeeded in culling the herds of feral hogs tromping through its rural areas.
Posted: 6:15 PM Three Topeka men representing the many who've endured hardship and prison while fighting for our country were honored Saturday afternoon at a ceremony at the Legend Senior Living center.
Posted: 9:32 PM Riley County police arrested a Chapman man Thursday near a Manhattan elementary school after officials say he showed up to confront his girlfriend at her workplace.
Posted: 9:25 PM The Flint Hills Discovery Center is marking the official start of fall this weekend by offering a free family day on Saturday, September 22, 2012.
Posted: 7:48 PM The January 13 shutdown followed a loss of off-site power. The NRC blames an electrical short caused by improper wiring.
Updated: 4:41 PM Bruna Gladney recalls the dreadful day at Lake Shawnee. It was a family outing Latonya Merriweather had been begging to go on. "She loved that Lake," Gladney remembers her daughter.
Posted: 3:25 PM On September 29, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Riley County Police Department and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public another opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.
Posted: 10:12 AM Two jail inmates who claim they were sexually assaulted by a deputy are seeking $1 million each from Sedgwick County.
Posted: 4:43 AM A drug-addicted nurse who admitted diluting painkillers for patients at a Topeka nursing home will get a December court hearing on her claim that she was misled into pleading guilty.