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Downtown Topeka's St. Patrick's Day celebration has long been among the most festive events of the year in the capital city, as thousands of people of all ages gather for a two-hour parade and related activities that bring out the Irish in everyone.
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The Kansas Supreme Court presented the 2014 Justice Award to Robert Guenthner during a Friday ceremony at the Kansas Judicial Center.
An 8-year-old western Montana boy who spent about an hour buried in the snow after a deadly avalanche roared into his backyard says he tried to "lick and bite" his way out before becoming tired and falling asleep.
Eight-year-old Roman climbs onto a chair and bounces up and down as his adoptive father, Don Jenkins, turns the cell phone his direction so he can wave to the person on the other end of a Facetime call.
One Topeka family is facing added expenses after their insurance company told them they will not cover a vital formula for their son, who has a rare genetic disorder.
During this extended cold weather season, many families around the Topeka area are finding themselves short on funds and food.
Demonstrators break police ranks as they storm the regional administrative building in Donetsk, Ukraine, Wednesday.
Harris, 29, has been charged with premeditated first-degree murder in the death of James E. Gerety, 49, of Topeka.
So, when it came time for Marilyn Kido's third-grade class at Topeka Collegiate School to do a fundraiser, it was no surprise when they took up the cause of dogs needing to be rescued.
These cases exhibit the lack of clear, convincing reasoning about sexuality-reasoning that respects the interlocutor as a person made in God's image, while grounding the discussion in sound biblical theology.
Linn County was strongly represented at the District 2 Kansas History Day competition held Saturday, March 1, at the Fort Scott Community College.
The December quadruple homicide in central Topeka hasn't grown cold and remains a priority for police detectives, an official said Wednesday while emphasizing the importance of receiving tips from the public.
The U.S. House approved legislation Wednesday inspired by Kansas Rep. Lynn Jenkins to delay for one year the financial penalty for individuals declining to enroll in a health insurance program as prescribed by the federal Affordable Care Act.
It's unknown if Topeka will be affected when a store specializing in technology products and services closes 1,100 stores across the U.S. "We are not releasing a store closing list at this time.
The Safe Streets Coalition and the Topeka City of Character honored a Topeka officer's initiative to bring a community together with one wall and two murals.