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Neighbors were concerned about the live power line being down in their neighborhood.
A 27-year-old Topeka man and a 33-year-old Topeka man, whose names haven't been released, were taken to Kansas City area hospitals with gunshot wounds that were considered life-threatening, said Lawrence police Sgt.
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Be sure to watch the NHRA drag racing coverage on ESPN2 tonight and tomorrow to get a glimpse of the '14 Cobra Jet Mustang testing done by MM&FF editor Evan Smith.
A Topeka man who was drunk when his speeding car crashed and killed a 15-year-old passenger has been sentenced to 10 years and three months in state prison.
A group of singing Memphians ran a group of controversial picketers from a Kansas church right out of town.
Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Amalric get personal, medical and a bit abysmal in Arnaud Desplechin's drama about some real-life post-war mid-west therapy sessions An F for Jimmy P a Mathieu Amalric and Benicio Del Toro in Jimmy P. . Photograph: Nicole Rivelli "I could talk about my dreams all day," says Benicio Del Toro 's wounded-soul soldier near ... (more)
The item, although it might seem very small and unimportant, has a very big story to tell about race relations during the 1940s, before segregation was ruled illegal.
The Pulitzer Prize for Drama-winning musical "Next to Normal" will close its three-weekend Studio Series run at Topeka Civic Theatre & Academy after performances at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday in the Oldfather Theatre of TCT, 3028 S.W. 8th.
From left, Topeka police Lt. Joe Perry, Sarah Fizell and 3-month-old daughter Geneva, and Roger Holter, general manager of the Lowe's store in Topeka, show a painting on Friday at the Lowe's store that will be reproduced as a mural on the side of a building in the city's Oakland neighborhood.
For months, WIBW has been following a shocking story out of Junction City- a church minister accused of molesting young boys over the course of several years.
Each year, the Southwest Optimist Club orders the books through the Topeka-based "I Like Me" program and delivers them to schools around town.
As part of its ongoing initiative to interpret the civil rights story in Topeka, Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site will provide free Civil War to Civil Rights bus tours during the next three Saturdays.