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Hundreds of Topekans had the chance to enjoy some wining and dining at the annual Topeka Zoo Zoobilee. [Read More]
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The 12th annual Aaron Douglas Art Fair was held in Topeka Saturday. [Read More]
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Outdoor Kansas for Kids hosted a kids' day at Shawnee Co. North Park, giving children the opportunity to participate in outdoor activities. [Read More]
Topeka police respond to an armed robbery at the Dunkin' Donuts at 4009 SW 21st. There are no injuries. Three employees where present... [Read More]
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A sinkhole in the North Topeka Arts District has some business owners worried, because they haven't seen anyone working on it. [Read More]
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And visiting the Red Couch for the second time, has more quick stories to share about her famous brother, George Harrison. [Read More]
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A collection of scenes from Friday's high school football games... [Read More]
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Authorities say officers responded to reports of a robbery at the Dunkin' Donuts, in the 4000 block of 21st Street. [Read More]
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Many in Leavenworth County said 'no' to Tyson, and now, the company said it's looking at other parts of Kansas to build a new chicken... [Read More]
A man convicted in a wreck that killed his step-brother will serve two-and-half years of probation. [Read More]
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Visit Topeka, Downtown Topeka Inc, GO Topeka and The Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce are coming together as the Greater Topeka Partnership. [Read More]
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The City of Topeka bid a fond farewell to decades of experience on its fire force. [Read More]
Officials from Kansas and Taiwan signed papers to implement drivers license reciprocity... [Read More]
Older adults from East Topeka Senior Center got advice on preventing falls from Washburn students... [Read More]
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A local care facility started off on the right foot Friday. [Read More]
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About 1.1 million Kansans were affected by this month's Equifax data breach, and the state's Attorney General is giving some updated information. [Read More]
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Half a million dollars in federal funding is going to help the opioid epidemic in Kansas. [Read More]
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Officials from Kansas and Taiwan met Friday morning at the Statehouse to sign an agreement for reciprocal driver's license privileges. [Read More]
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Washburn University students put their education to use Friday by working with clients of the East Topeka Senior Center as part of the WU Moves... [Read More]
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People gathered at the Law Enforcement Center in Topeka to honor a trio of public servants for decades of work. [Read More]
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