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Located along the Kansas River in northeast Kansas, Topeka is the state's capital city and its largest employer is the State of Kansas. Altogether, government workers make up one out of every five employed persons in the city. Topeka means "to dig good potatoes" in the languages of the Kansa (American Indian people of the central Midwestern United States) and the Ioway (Native American Siouan people).

Population: 122647
Local Newspapers: Topeka Capital-Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Roadrunners (NAHL - hockey)
Local Colleges: Washburn University

Zip Codes associated with topeka, kansas: 66603 66604 66605 66606 66607 66608 66609 66610 66611 66612 66614 66615 66616 66617 66618 66619
Towns/Cities near topeka, kansas : Carbondale Silver Lake Hoyt Willard Auburn Meriden Perry Lawrence

Topeka News
Four generations of Kansas family celebrate birthdays on same day

When Cate Hayen celebrates her 90th birthday Saturday at the Topeka retirement community where she lives, she will have plenty of help blowing out the candles on her cake. Among those planning to attend the celebration will be three other family members representing three different generations who also were born on March 24. That makes four people representing four generations of the same family who were all born on the same date, spanning nearly 80 years.

Neighbors in Northeast Kansas prepare for March For Our Lives

People in America are preparing for the national March For Our Lives event on March 24. Along with a number of marches happening in conjunction with the march in Washington D.C., there will be a march in Topeka. Emporian, Samantha Inscore, has created a t-shirt fundraiser to showcase unity at the march.

KSNT Storm Track Weather

Clouds may increase for most areas today as moisture becomes more significant. Expect variably cloudy conditions, and it will still be a warm day with highs of 65-69, which would be another day at almost ten degrees above average for late March.

Gubernatorial candidates weigh in on school finance

The debate over properly funding schools is heating up at the Kansas Capitol as the clock winds down on lawmakers to find a solution to satisfy the Supreme Court. "We need to stop distracting ourselves with things like the constitutional amendment efforts that are going on around here and we need to get down to work," said gubernatorial candidate State Sen. Laura Kelly, D-Topeka.

Topekan Andre Rhoiney convicted of murder in 2016 road rage shooting near 29th and Burlingame

A Shawnee County District Court jury on Thursday convicted Topekan Andre C. Rhoiney Jr. of first-degree felony murder in the 2016 road rage shooting death of Michael J. Stadler, a man Rhoiney didn't know. District Attorney Mike Kagay said that on the murder conviction, the 23-year-old Rhoiney faces a life prison sentence for which he must serve at least 25 years before becoming eligible for parole.

Topeka police chief Bill Cochran talks arming teachers, community policing

"My daughter's a teacher," Bill Cochran said Thursday during a meeting of The Topeka Capital-Journal's Editorial Advisory Board. "My daughter has no business having a firearm.

Judge bars Topeka city government from enforcing ordinance raising smoking age

Shawnee County District Judge Franklin Theis issued a permanent injunction Thursday barring Topeka's city government from enforcing an ordinance its governing body approved in December banning the sale of tobacco products to adults ages 18 to 20. He ruled against the city in a lawsuit filed by DWAGFYS Manufacturing Inc., which does business as The Vapebar Topeka and Puffs 'n' Stuff LLC. The plaintiffs were represented by Topeka attorney Robert E. "Tuck" Duncan II. Theis wrote that the Kansas Cigarette and Tobacco Products Act sets detailed "bright-lines" for enforcement, participation in the industry and steps that need to be taken to avoid violating the act.

Kobacha s campaign needs cash. His wealthy new running mate can deliver

In picking Wink Hartman to be his running mate, the Republican secretary of state and candidate for governor may be able to access the oil businessman's considerable wealth to strengthen his campaign, especially as the race intensifies ahead of the August primary election. Hartman gave himself about $1.65 million during his campaign, before dropping out last month.

Shoestrings, chain saw and hearing aid among items listed as stolen on Topeka police reports

Shoestrings, a chain saw, a forehead light and a hearing aid were among items listed as being stolen on Topeka Police Department reports. Walmart, 2600 N.W. Rochester Road, reported the theft of two pairs of shoestrings valued at $6 and three compact discs valued at $31 between 6 and 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 19. The shoestrings and CDs were recovered.

Police report for March 21, 2018

Free on $535 bond. a Maxwell Troester, 24, 1425 Humboldt St., for urinating in public around 10:53 p.m. March 10 while in the 1200 block of Laramie Street.

Expert defends estimates of noncitizen voters in Kansas

An expert witness for Secretary of State Kris Kobach in a trial over Kansas' voter registration law said Tuesday that he couldn't support Kobach's claim that more than 3 million noncitizens voted in the 2016 presidential election. Jesse Richman, an associate professor of political science at Old Dominion, also endured intense questioning from Dale Ho, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, about Richman's estimate that up to 18,000 noncitizens voted in Kansas, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported.

MHK woman's 2015 death remains a mystery

Nearly three years ago, a middle-aged woman who grew up in Manhattan died after something happened on a road near Wamego. Shannon McKeeman Chebultz, a 1988 graduate of Manhattan High, died on Sept.

JEDO to consider tax credits program that would cover funding gap for East Topeka Learning Center

The $5.5 million East Topeka Learning Center project was approved to take part in a federal tax credit program that rewards investors for putting dollars into projects that impact distressed communities nationwide. A New Markets Tax Credits allocation of $6.5 million has been reserved for the project, according to Jeff White, a principal at Columbia Capital who advises the Joint Economic Development Organization on the complex process associated with the tax credits.

Police reports: Family Dollar recovers $57 in stolen food items

The Family Dollar store at 501 S.E. 21st reported someone tried to steal $57 worth of food items between 7:20 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 11. All of the items were recovered. A 39-year-old Topeka man reported the theft of $100 in construction supplies between 8:26 and 8:35 a.m. Monday, March 12, in the 1900 block of S.W. Medford.

The weirdest weather ever forecasted

Happy Tuesday, Northeast Kansas! Last week I spent some time talking science with 6th graders at Cair Paravel in Topeka. We talked about severe weather and how to stay safe during storms.

County employees credited with saving life

Two Shawnee County appraiser's  office employees are being credited with saving the life of a woman who called that office last week after suffering a stroke. Appraiser Steve Bauman told county commissioners Kevin Cook, Shelly Buhler and Bob Archer Monday about how Tomlin Robinson and Tanya Biswell arranged Wednesday for an ambulance to be sent to the home of the woman, who was taken to a Topeka hospital and admitted.

Parents, advocates tackle issues with Kansas' foster care system

Foster care parents and children's advocates examined ways to address the rapidly growing number of juveniles in Kansas' troubled foster care system during a forum Monday evening. The event was organized by Strengthen Families Rebuild Hope and took place at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.

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