Wanamaker Road in Topeka buzzed with traffic on Friday as shoppers flooded stores hunting for deals. However, it appeared crowds were […]
Colorado's new retail marijuana industry is joining the rush for holiday shopping dollars.
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Perry Ellis scored 24 points, Cliff Alexander added 16 and No. 11 Kansas beat Tennessee […]
Some shoppers are discovering that they are missing out on some bargains by waiting until the morning after Thanksgiving to […]
It will be mostly sunny and much warmer today with high temperatures hitting the range of the upper 50s to […]
The all-volunteer staff of the Topeka Community Thanksgiving Dinner had no problem unloading nearly 3,000 meals Thursday to hungry area citizens.
A mother is pleading for the driver who struck and injured her 2-year-old son to come forward.
Kansas says its tax collections in November were $3.1 million more than estimated.
Police are searching for the suspect in the carjacking and stabbing of a car dealer employee.
Horse meat, crickets and lard are more appetizing than a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for some Kansas City dwellers.
Kansas lawmakers are considering where to place the state's pension obligations to more than 2,000 state correction employees.
The sidewalks of Manhattan are packed with people to watch the giant inflated characters in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
A fire destroys the homes of two families on the eve of Thanksgiving.
It will be mostly sunny and relatively mild today with high temperatures topping out in the lower to mid 40s. […]
A Missouri judge says taxpayer money for the next two weeks can't pay for membership fees to a group creating tests complying with Common Core education standards.
The petition organizer who sought to force a vote on the city of Topeka's plan to buy Heartland Park is appealing a court ruling against him.
As he approaches 80, a retiring director at the Kansas Insurance Department has worked through many changes, including five commissioners over the years.
After five months of work, Topeka has completed the first phase of its project to overhaul Kansas Ave. downtown.
A man originally charged with rape and setting a woman on fire is now accused of murder after she died.
A federal lawsuit in Kansas involving same-sex marriage has been expanded to include access to services such as driver's license changes.
One woman who was driving to the airport in Albany, New York, this morning says the snow was so heavy, "you couldn't see the car ahead of you."
A conservative Republican legislator from Wichita thinks shrinking the state government could help alleviate Kansas $279 million budget shortfall.
HILO, Hawaii — The Washburn Ichabod basketball team finally arrived in Hilo and dropped a 69-60 decision in game with […]
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. – The Ichabods shot 53 percent from the field and out-rebounded Oklahoma Christian by 20 in an […]
Olivia Anderson received a new power scooter Tuesday to help her get around. The Topeka 5th grader has a medical condition that makes it difficult to breathe.
The FBI says the incident isn't directly related to the Ferguson protests.
Kansas legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback have approved settlement of a lawsuit filed on behalf of a former Kansas State University football player who hanged himself at Larned State Hospital.
The Environmental Protection Agency's expected to announce a plan today tightening the amount of a smog-forming pollutant in the air.
It will be partly sunny, breezy and cooler today with temperatures holding steady in the upper 30s and lower 40s. […]
Record high cattle prices and plentiful feed supplies are making life a lot easier for cattle producers as another winter nears.
Dozens protest Ferguson decision at Kansas Capitol.
A gathering in response to Monday night's Grand Jury announcement in the death of Michael Brown was held on the steps of a downtown Topeka church Tuesday afternoon.
Topeka's Stormont-Vail hospital's been recognized as one of the nation's top performing medical center in four key categories.
The grand jury process and press conference concluding Michael Brown case has an expert thinking the prosecutor got the outcome he desired.
The Shawnee County district attorney says he won’t be filling a criminal case against a Topeka Police captain, who was placed on administrative leave last month.
After his performance last Friday, Hayden junior running back Connor Schumacher is the Wendy’s high school male athlete of the week. Last […]
Kansas Governor Sam Brownback says he looking at all options to fill the state's estimated nearly $300 million budget shortfall.
Shawnee County Treasurer's Office Phone Number: 785-233-8200 Ext. 5161
The Shawnee County Sheriff's Office says it's now investigating the death of a Topeka man as a murder.
Topeka man pleads guilty to intentional second-degree murder in girlfriend's killing.
A six-year-old boy remains in critical but stable condition after getting hit by a car yesterday in Lawrence.
Authorities say a person was found dead after a mobile home fire in rural northeast Kansas.
Two champions were crowned as state champions over the weekend. After this week, seven more teams make history. This is […]
Junior forward Perry Ellis dove through the lane to steal an inbounds pass and polished off his work with a […]
A Topeka man whose capital murder conviction was overturned by the Kansas Supreme Court because of ineffective counsel has petitioned a Shawnee County court to change his name.
High clouds will overspread northeast Kanas today as temperatures warm into the mid and upper 40s. Under mostly cloudy skies […]
The police officer who shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, will not be charged in the black teen's death.
Kansas U.S. Senator Jerry Moran and Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins fielded subjects ranging from repealing the Affordable Care Act to saving the Postal Service at a Topeka Town Hall Meeting Monday.
A St. Louis grand jury is expected to announce shortly whether or not it will indict the police officer who shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown.
High school students in good standing can now register for the 2015 Topeka Police Athletic League.
A Veteran Dodge City Biology teacher is getting free admission for life to several Kansas universities as well as $4,000 cash and a free rent car for a year as reward for being named Teacher of the Year.
Police in Topeka and KCK remain calm ahead of Ferguson Grand Jury Decision.
4th District U.S. Congressman Mike Pompeo wants congress to act swiftly to thwart President Obama's immigration plan, and says replacing Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel won't solve a failed policy to deal with Islamic extremism.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt says a Kansas man's received two life sentences in the shooting death of a woman and her unborn child in 2013.
The state’s investigation bureau is trying to determine if Kansas has a backlog of untested sexual assault kits. The Topeka […]
Food items needed for the Topeka Community Thanksgiving Dinner.
The American Farm Bureau says the average cost of a Thanksgiving meal this year is up slightly but still under $50.
A 34-year-old Kansas felon has been declared psychologically unfit for trial in federal court in the July armed robberies of […]
Kansas University officials say they have nearly met a first-semester target of international students enrolled through a recruitment program.
City officials and members of township boards in Shawnee County will meet Monday to discuss Topeka’s growth strategies.
U.S. Secretary of State Chuck Hagel is resigning his post, with President Obama expected to make a formal announcement Monday.
A high school biology teacher from Dodge City High School is the 2015 Kansas Teacher of the Year.
This year's Miracle On Kansas Ave. offers some new twists with the ongoing downtown redevelopment project in progress, and some new features.
It will be partly cloudy, breezy and cool today with high temperatures reaching the mid 40s. Northwest winds will range […]
A 36-year-old woman who had been sexually assaulted and set on fire died Saturday morning.
Police say a 12-year-old boy brandishing what turned out to be a fake gun at a Cleveland recreation center was shot and wounded by a responding officer.
An Associated Press video journalist and a freelance Palestinian translator were killed in an explosion on the Gaza Strip.
A Jefferson County crash claims the life of one Kansas teen and sends 6 others to the hospital.
Class 6A Shawnee Mission East 36 Olathe North 35 2 OT Hutchinson 42 Free State 14 6A state championship: […]
The World Health Organization says 40 people have died from the plague in Madagascar.
Topeka Firefighters respond to two structure fires Friday.
Topeka utilities superintendent Don Rankin's no longer an employee of the city.
Two people were taken to Topeka hospitals after a four-vehicle crash Friday on I-70 just west of Maple Hill.
Another chapter was placed in the already long novel of the War on 24. The title of the latest chapter could […]
A national Hispanic organization is warning of scammers hoping to take advantage of immigrants in the wake of President Barack Obama’s executive order on immigration.
Attempted capital murder charges have been filed against a Wichita man who's accused of raping a woman and then setting her on fire in a park.
With Republicans vowing to block President Obama's executive order on immigration, a Washburn University Constitutional Law Professor thinks the GOP will have a tough time being successful.
The snow has stopped falling and the New York State Thruway is reopening, but the worries aren't over in western New York.
The Sunshine Coalition awarded Topeka attorney Mike Merriam on Friday for his career-long fight for open government.
A spokesperson for the Kansas Contractors Association fears the state legislature might dip into the highway fund to fix a nearly $290 million budget shortfall.
Family friend sets up fund after fatal house fire.
Ireland is lauding President Barack Obama’s executive orders granting new rights to millions of people living illegally in the United […]
AAA predicts increase in holiday travel this year.
Authorities in Tallahassee, Florida describe the man who opened fire Thursday in a Florida State University library as having been […]
Officials in Erie County, New York, say some 30 building collapses have been reported in the Buffalo area from the […]
The son of a Kansas sheriff was convicted of unintentional second-degree murder in the death of a man he considered […]
The number of immigrants arrested, held and deported from Shawnee County is likely to fall even further following President Obama's executive action.
President Obama tells the American people he's taking action on immigration because the time has come.
Kansas U.S. Senator Jerry Moran is confident congressional Republicans can thwart President Obama's efforts on Immigration and the Keystone Pipeline.
Kansas gay couple can now get married, but they can't change their driver's licenses, and an expert thinks the state's stretching its bounds in defending its gay marriage ban.
David Lesky of PineTarPress.com joins 580 Sports Talk to react to Billy Butler’s departure. Plus, what position should be the […]
Topeka crews battle 2 house fires Thursday morning.
The Senate's top Republican is warning that President Barack Obama will ``come to regret'' the steps he'll be announcing tonight on immigration.
Kansas legislators are likely to consider diverting funds earmarked for highway projects to general government programs to help solve the state's budget problems.
Kansas 2nd District U.S. Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins urged for continued congressional support of rural hospitals on the House floor Thursday during National Rural Health Day .
A Kansas casino has unveiled plans to build a meeting center and equestrian center that will enable it to host large horse shows.
“Russ has a saddle fitting today.” That seems to be the frequent response when calling for the co-proprietor at The […]
The three states crossed by the Republican River have agreed on a new approach to managing water in the disputed […]
A man’s been arrested for an attack on a woman who was beaten, raped, and set on fire near Wichita […]
A Topeka postal employee allegedly stole prescription medications from the mail. U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom says 44-year-old Terry Ricley, of […]