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The Coolest Thing Made in Kansas contest is judging is voting on its final eight products. [Read More]
Governor Laura Kelly and state agencies are ensuring that Kansas voters can get registered to vote as part of an effort to ensure Kansas is... [Read More]
The Kansas Turnpike Authority is looking for customer input with an annual satisfaction survey. [Read More]
The University of Kansas is partnering with three Kansas counties to effectively use COVID-19 relief funding for community needs. [Read More]
Highs will be about 20° cooler between today and tomorrow... [Read More]
A ribbon cutting was held for the new medical facility in northern Riley County on Saturday morning. [Read More]
The Kansas Department of Agriculture has opened its Organic Certification Cost Share Program applications. [Read More]
13 News This Morning At 6AM... [Read More]
Organizers of Topeka Haunted Woods said the spirit of Halloween does not have to disappear just because the world is in a pandemic. Instead, they... [Read More]
The Riley County Police Department will now include COVID-19 updates in its Daily Police Activity Reports. [Read More]
Kansas ranks one of the worst states in unemployment claims in the last week and rank in the middle since the pandemic began. [Read More]
The KDHE now publishes names and locations of places that have five or more COVID-19 cases within the last 14 days. [Read More]
TPD officers investigate reports of a shooting in the 1100 block of NE Winfield. [Read More]
The Topeka Blues Society host Mike Zito at Gage Park Amphitheatre. Patrick Nichols and up-and-comer Howard Mahan fill out the playbill for a great... [Read More]
A Kansas City man has been indicted on federal drug and gun charges. [Read More]
Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay has charged a Topeka man in three separate sexual assault cases. [Read More]
The Riley County Police Department is taking proactive measures after an employee tests positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
As students adapt to the new school year shaped by the pandemic, educators are using the first weeks of the new year to make sure... [Read More]
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