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2019 Health Fair

2019 Health Fair

Don’t miss the 2019 Health Fair with resources for everyone to get on track for a great year!More

Cruise Night 2019 is May 4th!

Cruise Night 2019 is May 4th!

We’ve set the date for North East Kansas’ favorite classic car show for Saturday, May 4th from 3 pm to 8 pm in downtown Topeka.More

REO Speedwagon Rolls Into TPAC Spring of ’19

REO Speedwagon Rolls Into TPAC Spring of ’19

REO Speedwagon’s unrelenting drive, non-stop touring and recording, jump-started the Midwest rock movement in the 70s. Now you can see them live at Topeka Performing Arts Center this coming Summer!More

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Snow develops late, then expect most accumulation tonight

Snow develops late, then expect most accumulation tonight

​Winter Storm Warning is posted late today through early Wednesday for Brown, Cloud, Marshall, Nemaha, Republic and Washington counties.Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the remaining counties of northeast Kansas from 3pm Tuesday to 9am Wednesday…We began President’s Day with very cold air. Many spots were between 8-14 degrees, and the northwest made it seem even…More

City of Manhattan looking for new city flag

City of Manhattan looking for new city flag

The City of Manhattan is looking for the community’s help to design a new city flag. The city is sponsoring a flag design contest, in the hopes of finding a new symbol for the Little Apple to rally behind.”Nobody really realizes that we have a flag,” said city spokesperson Vivienne Uccello. “There are other cities like…More

CDC fears ‘zombie deer disease’ spreading in Kansas could infect humans

CDC fears ‘zombie deer disease’ spreading in Kansas could infect humans

The Center for Disease Control issued a warning about a deadly disease spreading into states including Kansas.Chronic wasting disease, recently called the “zombie deer disease,” infects the brain, spine and tissue of deer, elk and moose. According to the CDC, the disease gets its start infecting prion proteins in the brain, and is passed through contact with contaminated body…More

Local high school students publish work in research journal

Local high school students publish work in research journal

Freshman students at Seaman High School became published authors after writing essays featured in a research journal. A recent project for freshman gave them total freedom to come up with their own research topics. Students chose a variety of topics, including the life of ballet dancer Misty Copeland, pregnancy, and the role of minorities in athletics. Freshman English teacher…More

Bill promises cheaper food for Kansas families

Bill promises cheaper food for Kansas families

A new bill promises to put more food on your table and more money in your pocket. On Monday, Kansas lawmakers discussed lowering the sales tax on food. Changing the food sales tax is an idea Kansas lawmakers have been talking about for years. Now a house bill introduced by Representative Steven Johnson aims to do just…More

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