April 9 is National Library Worker Day, a day about honoring all library staff and the things they do to make the community better.
Imagine having 300 kids. That's the reality, and the passion, for the Northeast Kansas Ronald McDonald House CEO, Mindee Reece.
A local teacher is taking a step back from traditional teaching roles, becoming a mother and friend, impacting students by teaching in a loving way.
A Topeka man is changing the way hockey is viewed in the city, with new technology that's being tested in Topeka.
The sound of a drill. Then a twist of a screwdriver. Even wires, are all signs an electrician is near.
A Manhattan woman is inspiring a future generation, doing something most women won't, and flying through the unexpected.
A new organization is coming to Kansas this weekend.
A Seaman Middle School student is bringing new culture to kids at her school, inspiring people through a hands on approach.
A Manhattan teacher is trying to change the community one violin lesson at a time, by encouraging kids from all walks of life to be better through music.
"When someone tells you that your life is on the line, really, nothing else past that matters. This is my second chance. And I want to give back to people what was given to me."
16-year-old will receive Harvard diploma days after graduating high school.
Just a few days shy of Christmas a local man gave away a big present, and in return he got an even bigger gift of his own.
The odds of this happening are about 1 out of 133,000.
As far as we know no one has found the fountain of youth, but its fair to say some have a secret to staying young. A Topeka woman recently told us hers and it boils down to something she's been doing for the last 90 years.
At 104 years old, she was born before women could vote.