The blaze broke out about 1:30 this morning at a house at 2940 S.E. Illinois.
The victim said when he returned to his room, he found a man and woman leaving his room with his belongings.
Police were called to the two car crash at 21st and Adams about 9:30 p.m.
Victim says suspects fired at and struck his vehicle.
Kay McFarland passed away at her Topeka home Tuesday morning following an illness.
The vehicle owner says he fired a single shot into the ground to stop the advance.
Friend and co-worker: McFarland was beloved by those who worked with her and knew her well.
Third time effort proved to be a charm in banning public nudity.
Jessica Maxine Howard of Topeka was arrested and booked into the Jackson County Jail.
Thieves used an agency website to steal tax information from as many as 220,000 additional taxpayers
The man was mowing horse trails with a brush hog near Lake Perry when he became pinned under the tractor.
AUDIO: Washburn Poly-Sci Professor uses colorful descriptors to describe current presidential poll leaders.
Investigators say the blaze was set intentionally
Three men were robbed when they tried to make a purchase from someone they met on Facebook.
Grissom said, if he were an officer, he’d want one, even if he did have to buy it.
Council members approved a budget holding mill level steady.
A Manhattan man’s accused of running into the woman following an argument Sunday.
The 38-year-old man was arrested Monday in Raytown, Missouri.
County must weed out requests to avoid raising taxes.
The teen said her mother had been making comments about wanting to die.
The man is believed to be responsible for a shooting in Nebraska.
Westar Energy restored power to most customers by 8 Tuesday evening.
A woman said a black four-door car which appeared to have flashing lights pulled her over early Tuesday morning on Highway 24.
Chief Justice Lawton Nuss said taking the Court on the road helps familiarize Kansans with the judicial process.
After taxes, the prize is worth more than $1.2 million.
The semi drifted off highway and rolled.
The rear-ended motorcycle flew into a police vehicle: Cowen was thrown under a minivan.
Lowe, while serving as a personal care attendant to his grandmother, charged Medicaid for services not provided.
Shots were reported fired by people from inside a vehicle.
Police were called about a naked man running around the complex with a knife.
Christopher Galvan died Friday after surgery to harvest his organs for donation.
She was traveling south on US-75 when she lost control of her vehicle.
The man was taken into custody without incident.
USD 501 starts classes August 12th.
Victim was unwilling to give police information.
The man was mowing an incline when the tractor slid backward into the pond.
The most recent accident information was released in a 2010 study, based on data gathered from 2001 to 2008.
The body may be that of a missing Riley County man.
The rider was taken to the hospital with injuries believed serious.
Investigators say they may not be able to determine what caused the fire.
Shawnee County D.A.’s office says Lane will never get out of prison.
Kelly Bowers was pronounced dead at the scene.
Patrick D. Flynn was last seen at his son’s home in Seneca Tuesday afternoon.
Officials don’t believe Clark’s death was a suicide.
Al’Ryon Perkins to spend nearly 44 years behind bars.
Jason Hachmeister was arrested shortly after the murder at a Hooter’s restaurant in Topeka.
Firefighters found James Beal Clark inside the burning garage early Saturday.
The suspect fired one shot into the floor from a handgun then stole items from inside before fleeing the area on foot.
Concert-goers spend roughly $10-million during the yearly event.
20% were children under the age of 18.
Despite challenges, it was a banner year for the lottery.
The biggest country music show in the Midwest gets underway Thursday and runs through Sunday.
Police are investigating the death of a 10-year-old boy at an Ottawa swimming pool.
You can now tell your phone company that federal regulators say it’s OK to block robocalls.
35 year old Brooke McLaughlin’s charged with aggravated battery to a law enforcement officer among other counts.
A sign outside the restaurant says it will close July 3rd.
The Osage County Sheriff’s office says a man shot himself to death outside a Lyndon bank.
61 year-old Charles Eugene Tevis died after his Harley-Davidson ran into the back of a tractor-trailer.
Three children, all under the age of 5 and from Topeka, were also involved in the accident.
Police were told it could be a ‘booby trap’, so the Topeka Fire Department was called in to assist.
The thief made off with several cars and three cans of pork and beans.
Over a dozen police officers and sheriff’s deputies searched the building for any potential explosives.
Kansas had 55 fatal work-related injuries in 2013 compared to 76 recorded in 2012.
The Better Business Bureau is asking Kansans to nominate businesses they believe show integrity.
The accident shut down the westbound lanes of I-70 through much of East Topeka Tuesday evening.
Theft’s the number one offense.
Joshua Wheeler, of Atchison, was arrested at a security checkpoint for carrying a Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun.
Red Cross is disappointed employees felt the need for outside representation.
44 Kansas Counties proclaimed disaster areas.
The restaurant patron took his sons to the restroom, where he saw racks of hamburger and hot dog buns stored in the mens room.
High voltage power lines hindered firefighters from attacking the blaze.
54-year old Darrell Madison was riding a mile south of Dover when he lost control navigating a curve and went into a ditch.
The man was taken to a Topeka hospital, possibly with broken bones.
39-year old Barry M Johnson was taken into custody at 4:00 a.m. Thursday morning.
Suspects have been breaking into businesses across the city and grabbing cash out of cash registers and drawers.
25-year-old Daniel J. Thompson is jailed in lieu of a $50,000 bond.
29 year old Patrick Leon Bartley told Judge Nancy Parrish May 12th, he wanted to use a defense of mental disease or defect.
Neighbors in the 1500 block of Southwest Van Buren reported hearing a half dozen or more shots fired.
It’s believed John Dasher would melt stolen jewelry and sell it to precious metal wholesalers via the United States Postal Service.
The alarm was caused by a faulty wire in the system.
The honorary Chief’s Award went to Corporal Jason Harwood.
Victims of mobile cramming are eligible for refunds.
The unemployment rate for veterans is still well above the average.
Four children were on the bus at the time of the accident.
He reportedly fired shots into the air in the direction of a neighbor’s house
Trained volunteers will complete a 12-point checklist with each driver.
The victim told officers he was taking out the trash when a stranger ran up on him.
A minivan rear-ended a Cadillac.
No foul play is suspected.
Kelly Shane Hooper was hired by Durham in April.
The Director of the Kansas Economic Progress Council says the governor’s own report shows we’re lagging behind.
Topeka’s Chief Fiscal Officer said Standard and Poors upgraded the city’s bond outlook from stable to positive.
The League calls for a balanced and fair three-pronged system of state taxation which returns the use of the income tax to the 2012 level.
About 3 million gallons of sewage leaked into the Kansas River after a power failure.
Input will help determine how Topeka spends money earmarked for housing and development projects.
Lawmakers must still balance the next state budget.
USD 501 is asking the public to help rank academic priorities for the next two school years.
At least four different types of liquid-form Mucinex had incorrect information on the back of the bottles.
Kassebaum Baker will be awarded the degree at K-State’s Graduate School’s commencement ceremony May 15.
“With all due respect Mr. Governor what you have done is looked a gift horse in the mouth,” said Weems.