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KHP: Paola man killed in KDOT snow plow roll over

A Kansas Department of Transportation Equipment Operator died early Saturday morning after a crash during snow removal operations.


One person is recovering from non-life threatening injuries after a wreck on Wanamaker Saturday evening.


Living the Dream Inc. - the organization dedicated to preserving the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. held its annual awards banquet Saturday night.


The public was invited Saturday to celebrate the transformation of the historic building on 101 N. Kansas Ave. that is now home to the Kansas Avenue Lofts.



Week Ahead: MLK Day events and 'Dine and Donate' at LaRocca's Pizza


Fire officials investigating morning shed fire


Cold weather continuing today


Demolition Near 8th and Kansas


Cold again today


Organization honors legacy of MLK with awards banquet


Ichabods hold off Tigers to stay undefeated at home


Washburn women fall to No. 1 Fort Hays State, 59-51


I-70 from Topeka to Manhattan reopens


TPD, Shawnee Co. Sheriff activate emergency accident reporting procedures


Sneed, Wade push K-State past TCU for fourth-straight win



No. 7 Kansas falls in final seconds to West Virginia


TPD investigating after gunshot victim arrives at hospital


President Trump offers a ‘Dreamers’ deal for border-money proposal


Pedestrian hit by pickup, killed crossing Topeka Blvd.


Woman killed in Turnpike crash south of Emporia


Guilty verdict in killing of son, shooting of father


Kansas man charged in scheme that used disabled veteran


More lenient state laws could chill low-alcohol beer market


Trump ‘appreciates’ Mueller’s statement on report’s accuracy


TPD Captain graduates from prestigious leadership program


1 of 3 suspects in 2018 double homicide pleads guilty to murder


After the snowy weekend, Topeka Point in Time homeless count will start


Kobach says he’s seriously considering US Senate bid in 2020


Kansas sheriff gets probation for selling gun to felon


Geary Co. Sheriff arraignment set for February


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