The Topeka Police and Fire Departments remind all Topekans, that as we continue to enjoy this 4th of July and fireworks season, to please do so by following this safety checklist.
Whether at the beach or in one’s backyard, follow these steps to enjoy the holiday.
Firework displays are a popular way to celebrate the Fourth of July, but they also can be scary to some youngsters -- and dangerous to their little ears.
Producing the colorful bursts that keep eyes glued to the skies on the Fourth of July has everything to do with chemical engineering, according to a chemistry professor at Kansas State University.
A University of Kansas plant research program is losing funding from an organization backed by the Kansas Bioscience Authority.
Forbes Field Airport in Topeka has a new name.
The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded Kansas State University $60,000 to help ease pollution in the Old Smoky River channel.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has restructured its top management and hired two high-ranking administrators from other state agencies.
Fireworks send 3,000 children under the age of 15 to emergency rooms each year in the U.S. Sparklers, viewed by parents as relatively harmless for children, cause serious burn injuries at this time of the season.