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About: topeka, kansas

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
At Home: Millennials have a different take on home buying

Topeka homeowner Lauren Peel is like most millennials - those born between the early 1980s and early 2000s. She didn't want to break her budget when buying her first home, and she didn't want to have to make extensive repairs or remodel what she purchased.

Upping the cool factor in Topeka and Kansas': Evel Knievel Museum formally dedicated

Alicia Knievel Vincent, the daughter of famed stunt man Eve Knievel, reminisced Friday about her father's search for a museum to house relics from his years jumping motorcycles. A crowd was on hand for the official opening of the Evel Knievel Museum Friday afternoon.

Drive seeks donations of supplies for Boys & Girls Clubs of Topeka

For the second straight year, members of the 2016 class of Leadership Greater Topeka are carrying out a "Stuff the Bus" drive seeking to collect enough contributions of program supplies for Boys & Girls Clubs of Topeka to fill a school bus. Business partners throughout the community are collecting donations for the drive through June 21, the class said this week in a news release.

Severe storms, flooding to threaten holiday festivities across central US this weekend

Anyone with outdoor weekend plans in areas from northeastern Oklahoma toward Indianapolis should consider moving them to Sunday or Monday. "A storm system developing over eastern Kansas on Saturday will spread the threat of severe weather from Topeka, Kansas, to St Louis and south toward Little Rock, Arkansas," said AccuWeather Meteorologist Kyle Brown.

Cottonwood 200 to roll through scenic, historic countryside

Bicyclists will enjoy 200 miles of scenic and historic Kansas countryside this weekend during the Kaw Valley Bicycle Club's annual three-day Cottonwood 200. The ride kicks off Saturday at Washburn University about 7:45 a.m. and takes bikers south more than 70 miles to Council Grove.

First NOTO Pub Craw offers Topeka and Colorado craft brews

Sean Sloan serves of flight of Norsemen Brewing Company samples Thursday in beer hall. The craft brewery will be featured Saturday in the first NOTO Pub Crawl.

Senate, House take four-day weekend ahead of final surge

The House and Senate departed the Capitol on Thursday for a four-day weekend in anticipation of a final push to resolve tax, education and budget conflicts. Movement on a new funding formula for K-12 public education occurred Thursday with passage of a House bill and adoption of an alternative by a Senate committee.

City mistake sending out notices forces Topeka City Council to meet today on short notice

City attorney Lisa Robertson said Thursday's meeting comes after the city's governing body - consisting of the nine council members and Mayor Larry Wolgast - voted 8-0 in December to establish and set boundaries for a TIF district targeted at encouraging property development in an area just north of S.W. 29th and Fairlawn Road. The discovery that Topeka's city government sent out incomplete notice to property owners and tenants located in a proposed tax increment financing district prompted the city to call a special city council meeting for Thursday while giving the public an uncharacteristically short advance notice of slightly more than 24 hours.

Topeka Councilwoman Hiller announces bid for third term in District 1

Supporters stood behind Topeka City Councilwoman Karen Hiller as she announced Thursday she is seeking re-election. Saying she's proud to have been a part of the good things happening in Topeka, Councilwoman Karen Hiller announced Tuesday she's running for her third term representing central Topeka's District 1 on the city council.

Topeka History Guy tells of famed American poet Gwendolyn Brooks

Gwendolyn Brooks, one of the most highly regarded and widely read American poets of the 20th century, was born 100 years ago next month in Topeka. Gwendolyn Brooks, one of the most highly regarded and widely read American poets of the 20th Century, was born 100 years ago next month in Topeka.

Shawnee County legislators express support for stronger oversight of DCF

Shawnee County legislators expressed support Wednesday for stronger oversight of the Kansas Department for Children and Families, a day after thousands of pages of agency records were unsealed related to 7-year-old Adrian Jones, who was killed by his father and stepmother in 2015. Rep. John Alcala, D-Topeka, said DCF has a "resume of dysfunctionality," adding that legislators need to ramp up oversight of the agency.

Daughter is asking for mothera s ashes to be returned

A Topeka woman is making a plea with the public for something near and dear to be returned to her. Ginger Rodriguez was in a hurry to head out to work last Friday afternoon and forgot to lock the door.

Jayhawk Area Agency on Aging to hold annual fundraiser

The fundraiser benefiting the agency's Guardian Angel Fund will be 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Great Overland Station, 701 N. Kansas Ave. Lana Renae and Dereck Hood, of Topeka, are the event's honorary co-chairs. Honored guests include Joann and Ron Hurst, of Lawrence, and Elsa and Herb Edmonds, of McLouth, who will be recognized for outstanding volunteer efforts in their communities.

Topeka pool makes safety changes ahead of summer opening

As families prepare to take their first dip of the summer, local pools are putting the finishing touches on off-season preparations. Among them is Midwest Health Aquatics Center.

Second candidate files for District 5 Topeka city council

Brett Kell filed for Topeka City Council this week. The seat is currently held by Michelle De La Isla.

Topeka Zoo and Edward Jones team up to help families plan to save for education

Local financial advisers from Edward Jones will be available to help with planning for children's college education during Save for Education Day on Monday, May 29, at the Topeka Zoo. The zoo, 635 S.W. Gage Blvd., is offering a discounted family admission of $5.29 for a family of four in recognition of the 529 Plan, which is an option for saving for college expenses.

Topeka driver sentenced to 16-plus years in double-fatality wreck, DUI

Fernando De Jesus Osorrio, 30, of Kansas City, Mo., pleaded guilty on Feb. 9 to two counts of involuntary manslaughter while driving under the influence of alcohol and one count of DUI, according to Shawnee County District Court records. Coral Lynn Clark, 24, of Forth Worth, Texas, was a passenger in the vehicle with Corey Jackson and was taken to Stormont Vail Hospital, where she died of her injuries.

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