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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).
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
Continuing tradition: Topeka offers multitude of options for classic ballet, 'The Nutcracker'
The Topeka Symphony Orchestra began performing "The Nutcracker" with the Kansas Ballet Academy in 2015. The tradition continues this year, with the performance taking place Dec. 16 and 17 at the Topeka Performing Arts Center.Volunteer: Topekans' initiatives help those facing serious illnesses
Topeka native Steve Sodergren, founder of Running4, has raised $19,000 to fund cancer research through his running efforts. Sodergren began training for and running marathons in 2004, with the goal of competing in all 50 states.A trail of miracles: New primary care clinic serves Topeka public housing residents
Trey George, executive director of the Topeka Housing Authority Inc., believes the addition of a primary health clinic to residents living in public housing will change lives, he said at a ribbon cutting for the Pine Ridge Family Health Center. Trey George, executive director of the Topeka Housing Authority Inc., believes the addition of a primary health clinic to residents living in public housing will change lives, he said at a ribbon cutting for the Pine Ridge Family Health Center.Topeka man believes free turkeys are a "blessing" for his family, other Topekans in need
Tommy Green, left, and his grandson, Ja'Kai Green, receive a free turkey on Saturday during the fourth annual giveaway held in conjunction with the Islamic Center of Topeka. Linda Kehres, left, executive director of Let's Help, assists a client of the nonprofit charitable organization receive a free turkey on Saturday during the fourth annual giveaway held in conjunction with the Islamic Center of Topeka.Browne won't ask for recount in Shawnee Heights board race
Tom Browne, Jr., left, won't ask for a recount in the Shawnee Heights USD 450 District A, Position 4 race in which he ultimately lost by three votes to Rosa Cavazos after canvassing on this week of the Nov. 7 election by the Shawnee and Douglas county commissioners. Vic Miller, right, an attorney and state representative for the 58th District in the Kansas House in Topeka, said he was representing Browne, mainly to help him determine the costs of a recount had he decided to make a recount request.Warm high of 71 degrees and cloudy skies expected on Friday
A chance for some early morning drizzle along with mostly cloudy skies and a high near 71 degrees are in the forecast for Friday in the capital city and northeast Kansas, according to National Weather Service in Topeka. Southwesterly winds at 10 to 15 miles per hour with gusts as high as 30 miles per hour are also expected.Fees to protest at Kansas Capitol to rise substantially
Advocacy groups wanting to hold events at the Kansas Capitol will pay more - sometimes substantially more - under a new fee schedule set to take effect Jan. 1. Currently, Kansas charges $20 for any activist group event at the Capitol. Under the new rules, the lowest price will be $50 for events that require no setup or cleanup.Longtime Topeka restaurant Pepe & Chela's closing
Former owners of Pepe & Chela's, Celia Avila, left, Olga Smith, middle, and Jose Avila, stand in front of the restuarant, which was a fixture in Topeka for 31 years. Smith confirmed Friday that the business is closing.PHOTOS: 20 Under 40 Banquet 2017
The Boy Scouts of America, Jayhawk Area Council recognized Topeka's Top 20 Under 40 honorees Thursday evening at the Downtown Ramada Inn and Convention Center. 20 members of the Topeka/Shawnee County Community were recognized for their commitment and contributions to the Community.Krahn gets three life sentences for North Topeka murders
Joseph Aaron Krahn pleaded no contest to three charges of first-degree murder for the deaths of Luke Davis, 20; Nicole Fisher, 38; and Matthew Leavitt, 19. Joseph Aaron Krahn was sentenced Friday morning to three consecutive life sentences of 50 years each in a triple murder in March at a North Topeka home. Shawnee County District Court Judge David Debenham imposed the punishment in a 25-minute sentencing hearing, ensuring Krahn never leaves prison.Man involved in north Topeka triple murder sentenced to life in prison
On Friday, Joseph Krahn was senteced in Shawnee County District Court to three life sentences. He would be eligible for parole after 150 years.Topeka police arrest man after kidnapping, attempted rape in central Topeka
Leroy Hudson a 67-year-old homeless man, was booked into Shawnee County Jail in connection with kidnapping aggravated battery and attempted rape. Topeka police have arrested a man who they say tried to rape a woman after forcing her into a vehicle in central Topeka late Thursday night.Deadline is noon Friday for people to order home deliveries of meals...
Those who can't make it to the Expocentre for the 50th annual Topeka Community Thanksgiving Dinner need to call by noon Friday to make arrangements. People who can't make it to the Kansas Expocentre's Agriculture Hall for the annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner may still be able to get one of the free meals, but they'll have to act fast.Teen Fun Nights start Saturday at YMCA Downtown as part of youth action plan
Curtis Pitts, a community organizer, talks about a grassroots action plan that includes getting 100 youths trained and hired at Topeka businesses. Curtis Pitts and representatives from the YMCA Downtown, Heartland Works, Topeka Workforce Center and the Greater Topeka Partnership gathered Thursday to discuss an action program that features Teen Fun Nights at the YMCA, 421 S.W. Van Buren.Banquet recognizes 20 Topeka leaders, raises money for Boy Scouts
Kent Palmberg, president of Jayhawk Area Council, met with area Cub Scouts Thursday at the "20 Under 40" banquet. Kent Palmberg, president of Jayhawk Area Council, spoke during the "20 Under 40" banquet Thursday at the Downtown Ramada.Electric bus manufacturer shows off one of its vehicles in Topeka on Thursday
An electric, battery-powered bus manufactured by BYD Inc. and costing $740,000 was parked Thursday morning outside Quincy Street Station, 820 S.E. Quincy, after it made a couple of test runs for Topeka Transit. It may be awhile before Topeka Metro gets its first electric bus, seeing as the price tag runs about three-quarters of a million dollars per vehicle, but local leaders are positioning themselves for such an eventuality so they can act fast when federal grant money becomes available.Police identify man arrested in Wednesday afternoon robbery of Azura...
Daniel Dukewits was booked into Shawnee County Jail in connection with the Wednesday afternoon robbery of the Azura Credit Union, 3623 S.E. 29th. Topeka police spokeswoman Colleen Stuart said Daniel Dukewits, 40, Topeka, was booked into the Shawnee County Jail in connection with the robbery of the Azura Credit Union, 3623 S.E. 29th, which occurred around 4 p.m. Wednesday.
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