Topeka’s city government announced Thursday it will postpone the sale of sales tax revenue bonds to acquire Heartland Park Topeka and expand... Read more
The Kansas Highway Patrol is looking for witnesses to the crash on US-75 highway that left two people dead.
The Tuesday crash in... Read more
Topeka area givers will have the chance to flex their superhero muscle with ACT Topeka Foundation’s Cosplay Christmas on Saturday.
From 9 a.m.... Read more
A federal court sentenced the co-author of an Atkins diet book to federal prison and restitution for tax evasion on Thursday.
Mary C.... Read more
A grant from the Kansas Health Foundation will help families who find themselves using Stormont-Vail HealthCare’s expanded pediatric care.
The $25,000 grant the... Read more
The Kansas Supreme Court will hold a special session Friday to swear in Supreme Court nominee Caleb Stegall.
Stegall will replace Justice Nancy... Read more
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office has released the identity of the person who was killed last week in a fire at a... Read more
A Washburn University student placed on the Order of Merit List as seventh in the nation for ROTC cadets commissioning into the... Read more
Two men have been sentenced for violating Kansas hunting laws regarding migratory birds.
Ryan Warden, 36, of Haven, and George Morgan, 52, of... Read more
A Topeka man faces 12 years in prison after being sentenced in federal court on Friday for robberies in Topeka and Manhattan.
Christopher... Read more
Outgoing Kansas Commissioner of Insurance Sandy Praeger garnered recognition this week from a national organization recognizing her for her industry leadership.
The National... Read more
A Texas man was sentenced to 75 months in prison by a Kansas federal court Wednesday.
A news release from U.S. Attorney Barry... Read more
Parents trying to reach administration, staff or students in Topeka Unified School District 501 schools weren’t able to use the central phone... Read more
Two days remain for community members and families to register for United Way of Greater Topeka’s Christmas Bureau.
The Christmas Bureau allows single... Read more
Junction City police are looking for public help after an early Saturday shooting left a man dead.
A news release from the Junction... Read more
With the recent rollout of the new Spotted program, we have added more things to love about an already loveable program.
Spotted began... Read more
The Shawnee County District Court has issued its first order in the case of David Orel vs. the Kansas Democratic Party.
Chief Judge... Read more
A deputy's stop to assist a stranded motorist took a strange turn when the motorist stole a Geary County Sheriff’s Department vehicle... Read more
Sixteen people are charged with fraud on allegations they lied to receive unemployment benefits from their former employer, Keebler Co., in Kansas... Read more
Hot air balloon enthusiasts will soon gather for the 39th annual Huff ‘n Puff Balloon Rally at Lake Shawnee.
The rally, presented every... Read more
Not everyone’s nuptials require city approval, but a couple in Overland Park got the official stamp as the city council approved a... Read more
A Leavenworth woman was indicted Wednesday on counts alleging fraud involving businesses she ran in and around Kansas City.
Brenda Wood, 45, faces... Read more
The contractor working construction in downtown Topeka is closing eastbound 8th Street from S. Kansas Avenue to S.E. Quincy because of a... Read more
Health centers in Pittsburg, Emporia, Olathe and Hutchinson will share an equal split of a $1 million award for mental health services... Read more
The Lawrence Police Department has identified Christine Kaplan, 56, of Lawrence as the victim of a homicide in Lawrence.
The Monday news release... Read more
A U.S. citizen and undocumented immigrant teamed up to sell fake identities to undocumented immigrants to help them get jobs in Kansas,... Read more
The exact circumstances of an April 2013 plane crash that killed two Kansans may never be known after the National Transportation Safety... Read more
Longtime audio-reader and public radio leader Janet Campbell will retire Sept. 2.
Campbell, the general manager of Kansas Public Radio since 1998 and... Read more
An Osage County woman will repay more than $5,000 to Kansas Medicaid after being convicted on Medicaid fraud charges in May.
District Judge... Read more
Two men have been arrested in connection with attempted murder charges stemming from a break-in at an Ogden home Sunday evening.
Johnny Cossey,... Read more
A Missouri native was ordered to two years of probation after pleading guilty to a lightning rod scam against Kansas seniors.
District Magistrate... Read more
A retired Topeka business owner has become the vice chairwoman of the Libertarian Party of Kansas.
Sharon DuBois accepted the position July 13,... Read more
A Junction City man was sentenced to more than five years in prison Monday in a child pornography case.
A news release from... Read more
A fire in southwest Topeka caused $13,000 in damages Sunday evening.
Shortly after 8 p.m., the Topeka Fire Department received a call about... Read more
Monday evenings will bring late nights at the Topeka drivers licensing office through part of July.
A news release Tuesday from the Kansas... Read more
Gov. Sam Brownback announced a Hoisington principal as his third appointment to the state’s new commission on K-12 school efficiency and student... Read more
One paving business has been permanently banned from operating in Kansas after violating the Kansas Consumer Protection Act.
A news release from Attorney... Read more
Those hoping to vote in the August primary election will be bumping up against deadline soon.
Affiliated voters have until Monday to change... Read more
Northbound traffic on US-75 highway should be able to drive from the US-56 highway junction in Osage County to S.W. Topeka Boulevard... Read more
The Federal Bureau of Investigation Kansas City Division located two teens who were victims of prostitution, and arrested seven pimps in the... Read more
A Topeka teacher was honored for his work in science when he was named as a state finalist for the Presidential Award... Read more
A Wichita man was sentenced Thursday in a federal court to 121 months in prison for selling methamphetamine.
A news release from U.S.... Read more
A Topeka man pleaded guilty Monday to helping another man in a liquor store robbery.
According to a news release from U.S. Attorney... Read more
One man pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal tax evasion.
A news release from U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom’s office said Kent Price, 57, of... Read more
The owner of a Kansas gun store and two employees of the Glock gun manufacturer have been charged with bribery and extortion... Read more
Community Action Inc. is conducting child safety seat inspections to let drivers know whether children’s safety seats are up to standard.
From 9... Read more
As the search begins for a new Kansas Education Commissioner, the Kansas State Board of Education is opening the floor to public... Read more
Two men were sentenced Tuesday for robberies in Topeka.
A Wednesday news release from U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom’s office said Quartez Norwood, 32,... Read more
A Wichita truck driver was sentenced to 150 months in prison on Thursday for transporting child pornography.
A news release from U.S. Attorney... Read more
A company offering to sell timeshares is at the heart of a recent Better Business Bureau warning.
On Thursday, the BBB sent a... Read more
Local movers and shakers had their moment in the spotlight Wednesday with the Sheltered Living Annual Awards.
Sheltered Living took a moment Wednesday... Read more
Wednesday morning President Barack Obama met with VA Secretary Eric Shinseki before speaking in front of the U.S. House of Representatives about... Read more
A repair project to Interstate 70 in the downtown Topeka area may slow traffic as maintenance crews repair bridge and viaduct work.
The... Read more
Older drivers can check how well their cars “fit” their needs Wednesday morning at Quick Lane Tire and Auto Center, 1136 S.W.... Read more
Six out of 30 defendants were sentenced in a federal drug investigation in the Kansas City metropolitan area on May 16.
A news... Read more
The president of the American Federation of Teachers will join civil rights leaders and descendants of plaintiffs to recognize the 60th anniversary... Read more
A Wichita police officer turned the tables when he posed as a delivery driver at a drug deal.
Wichita police stopped a man... Read more
Racial integration in public schools will get its day in court — again — with a tweeted re-enactment of the Brown v.... Read more
The Kansas Turnpike Authority and Kansas Department of Transportation will be supporting the Run for the Wall on Monday as hundreds of... Read more
CJOnline.com will host a stream from the Kansas Expocentre’s live video of the first lady’s visit.
Kansas Expocentre SMG will stream the first... Read more
Big Brothers Big Sisters’ Bowl for Kids’ Sake brought in more than $60,000 this year.
The annual fundraiser included bowling at West Ridge... Read more
A Topeka man was sentenced Monday to five years in prison on a federal firearms charge.
Four Topeka men were indicted on federal gun charges Wednesday.
A news release from U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said Courtney Douglas Grayson, Lamont... Read more
Construction and road improvements will close some lanes of traffic in Topeka this week.
News releases from the city Wednesday morning noted S.E.... Read more
Kansas concealed-carry licenses are now recognized in Virginia and Washington.
Virginia and Washington’s recent agreements bring the number of states where Kansas licenses... Read more
A Kansas Supreme Court justice has been confirmed to an appointment on the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Judge Nancy Moritz was... Read more
Two Hoyt firefighters were injured at the fire station Thursday after a firetruck tire exploded.
First responders received a call around 10:07 a.m.... Read more
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency was busy after a drug take-back event across Kansas on Saturday.
Law enforcement officers at 117 locations across... Read more
TDC Learning Centers will begin summer camps in June, offering four themed camps for children ages 3 to 5.
TDC’s summer camps are... Read more
The University of Kansas School of Engineering on Friday will host a former NASA astronaut, KU alumnus Joe Engle, as a special... Read more
A Kansas City, Kan., man has been sentenced to two years in prison for failing to register as a sex offender.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is looking into an incident in Sherman County after a Wednesday night police chase ended in an... Read more
Three Kansas farmers have been awarded grants for sustainable solutions projects.
A news release Thursday from the Kansas Farmers Union said the North... Read more
As part of Meningitis Awareness Day, the Shawnee County Health Agency has partnered with local reporter and meningitis survivor Andy Marso for... Read more
The Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority will celebrate Earth Day on Tuesday with “No Pay Earth Day.”
A news release from TMTA on Thursday... Read more
Beginning Friday, those who text and drive will get extra attention on the road this month as the Topeka Police Department takes... Read more
A Topeka woman will receive an honorary doctorate at Washburn University’s spring commencement ceremony.
A news release Wednesday from Washburn said Beth Fontron... Read more
A hit and run Tuesday in Ogden put two men in the hospital and one under arrest.
Around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, a 2004... Read more
Pet owners around Topeka will have the opportunity for inexpensive care for their pets Saturday at the Helping Hands Humane Society.
HHHS’ Tag... Read more