Valeo Behavioral Healthcare in Topeka was out helping people who are homeless. The city of Topeka calls it the "point in time count," which will be published later this year and presented to local governing bodies.
An employee of a business at a Topeka shopping center found an injured homeless man curled up in a fenced-off area with a small black dog at his side.
After freezing rain early in the day on Tuesday, the Topeka Street Maintenance Department worked to pretreat the roads.
A local teacher was recognized for her dedication to students Tuesday morning.
Tracking some quiet sunshine for today before cold winds return on Thursday.
The Shawnee County District Attorney said he is fighting to bring back a bill he worked on that will bring tougher laws against felons in possession of firearms illegally.
Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly said she wants a review of state sentencing guidelines to reduce overcrowding in prisons, a move could find bipartisan support in the Republican-controlled Legislature.
A Lawrence police officer was speared with his own baton while trying to arrest a 22-year-old Topeka man during a brief foot chase Tuesday morning.
A house at 3148 Shawnee Heights Road was badly burned in a fire Wednesday morning.
The Topeka City Council voted on their ideal snow treatment for roads beyond emergency routes, and now you can, too.
Tracking the next chances for light snow....
"I think he probably stepped in at the right time," Wabnum said.
Kansas State knocked off #14 Texas Tech 58-45 on Tuesday night at Bramlage Coliseum. It's the fifth straight victory in Big 12 play for the 'Cats.
Topeka 501 officials have cancelled schools for Wednesday due to the severe winter weather and slick roads.
Hundreds of pro-life Kansans marched on the Capitol Tuesday on the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade for the annual March for Life. Those activists say now more than ever their movement is threatened.