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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
Topeka man charged in killing of 66-year-old man

Shawnee County District Attorney Mike Kagay announced Thursday that he has filed a criminal complaint amending the charges against Howard Burchfiel, 31, who was arrested in June for aggravated battery and aggravated burglary as well as a weapons charge from an earlier case. On June 18, Topeka Police responded to a 911 call at 117 NE Highway 24, just east of North Kansas Avenue.

Shawnee County seeks bids to replace trash trucks, including one destroyed in fire

The Shawnee County Commission voted Thursday to seek bids to replace seven refuse trucks, including this one destroyed in a fire last week. "If anyone saw that video, they know how frightening that was for our employees," Shawnee County Commission Chairman Bob Archer said Thursday morning.

One man arrested after armed robbery at downtown Topeka McDonald's

Brendon Randell Thompson, 30, of Topeka was booked in connection with aggravated robbery and aggravated assault early Thursday morning at Shawnee County Jail. One man has been arrested in connection with a Wednesday night robbery to the downtown McDonald's and police are still looking for one suspect.

Man treated at Topeka hospital for gunshot wound early Thursday morning

The circumstances leading up to the shooting early Thursday are unclear, but according to Lt. Steve Roth, said the investigation led TPD to the 500 block of S.E. 34th St. Topeka police responded to a call at 12:45 a.m. Thursday at a local hospital of a man receiving treatment for injuries not believed to be life-threatening related to the shooting.

Oakland house fire does $21,000 in damage; cause undetermined

Fire crews cut a hole in the second-story of the house in order to put out a fire at a residence in the 1100 block of N.E. Winfield Avenue. Firefighters climb a ladder into a house in the 1100 block of N.E. Winfield Avenue Tuesday evening.

Robbery at Downtown Topeka McDonalda s

Brandon Moss doubled off the wall in the ninth to score the tying run, and Alex Gordon drove him home with a sacrifice fly to bail out close TOPEKA, Kan. - Two people are in custody in connection with a robbery at McDonald's in Downtown Topeka Wednesday night.

City of Topeka wants residents to cool off

Brandon Moss doubled off the wall in the ninth to score the tying run, and Alex Gordon drove him home with a sacrifice fly to bail out close TOPEKA, Kan. - With our first heat wave of the season, the city of Topeka is making sure everyone's staying cool.

History Guy video focuses on namesakes of Topeka bridges

Lucinda Todd, shown on the right, became the first Topeka resident to agree to be a plaintiff in the historic Brown v. Board of Education lawsuit, which brought about a Supreme Court ruling banning racial segregation in schools.

Editorial: Cyclovia expands throughout Topeka

Cyclovia is an event that builds community and encourages healthy habits, and Visit Topeka demonstrated its commitment to the whole city by including and supporting neighborhoods that were left out last year. Last year, Visit Topeka held the inaugural Cyclovia event downtown - a festival that attracted hundreds of bicyclists and included activities like a nighttime glow ride, live music, a pub crawl, obstacle courses, safety training and rides around the city.

Topeka developments help revamp the city

The capital city has been trying to upgrade for eight years now and a couple projects are helping it reach that goal. Last December the Cyrus hotel broke ground and Topeka city councilwoman Karen Hiller said they never even hoped for something so nice.

Topeka police ask for public's help in identifying male who assaulted Menards employee

Police are looking for this man and the white Ford Escape he was seen leaving in after he allegedly stole merchandise and assaulted a Menards employee.

Topeka Zoo to partner with Animal Planet for educational feature on endangered tigers

Throughout the week of July 24 and leading up to Global Tiger Day on July 29, Animal Planet is visiting area zoo's and hosting Facebook Live video streams to get an up close look at highly endangered tigers. Animal care professionals will answer viewer questions and interact with the animals.

Looking for free ice cold water and a snack in these hot temps? Topeka Salvation Army has you covered

The Topeka Salvation Army is offering a cooling station for anyone in the community as the temperature gets hotter in the next few days.

When Is A Meeting 'Open' To The Public?

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach talks with a reporter in his office in Topeka, Kan., in May of this year, after he was appointed by President Trump to co-chair the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity. That question is at the heart of a slew of lawsuits filed by rights groups who claim that President Trump's voter fraud commission - known officially as the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity but colloquially as the Pence-Kobach Commission - has failed to open its proceedings to the public.

Local school officials favor Supreme Court's jurisdiction over Kansas school finance case

Marty Stessman, left, superintendent of Shawnee Heights USD 450 since 2005, said he favors the Kansas Supreme Court justices retaining jurisdiction over how the legislature funds education for next several years. Now that oral arguments in the Gannon school finance lawsuit have concluded, school districts across Kansas have to play the waiting game to see how the Kansas Supreme Court justices will rule in determining whether the state aid state lawmakers have appropriated for the next two years is adequate and meets constitutional muster.

Unique type of colon surgery first done by robot in Kansas

TOPEKA, Kan. Washington, Kansas's Elizabeth Baskerville Hiltgen, known to many as Libby, now lives a normal life.

Mayor: Topeka governing body to seek Saturday to narrow list of city manager's candidates to two

Topeka City Councilman Richard Harmon, with his back to the camera, and Councilwoman Sylvia Ortiz, wearing pink, talked at Tuesday evening's meeting about the proper procedure for suspending council rules. Topeka's governing body plans Saturday to try to narrow the number of finalists for city manager from five to two, Mayor Larry Wolgast said Tuesday evening.

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