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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
Brent Trout unanimously selected as next Topeka city manager; salary is $195K

City manager candidate Brent Trout talks with John Arnold while answering questions from members of the public during last month's candidate meet and greet at the Cyrus K. Holliday Building. He has been selected as Topeka's next city manager.

Topeka Zoo: Tiffany the gorilla's life to be remembered at ceremony Friday

In this file photo, Tiffany the gorilla is pictured at the Topeka Zoo. The Topeka Zoo is inviting the community to a free remembrance ceremony for Tiffany, the lowland gorilla that lived at the Topeka Zoo for close to 50 years before dying Sunday at the age of 49. The ceremony will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the zoo, 636 S.W. Zoo Parkway, the city announced in a news release.

PHOTOS: Topeka Chamber lunch at the Topeka Country Club

The Topeka Chamber of Commerce' quarterly Luncheon was held Tuesday at the Topeka Country Club. Country Club President and C.O.O. Clay Meininger, PGA unveiled plans for the Country Club's latest expansion.

What to do with your eclipse sunglasses? Here's a way to help kids in Asia and South America

OK, so the Great Eclipse of 20170 is now history, and if you were in Topeka on Monday for the big event, you probably didn't even need your special sunglasses, after all. - You can put them in a desk drawer for the next total eclipse in the United States on April 8, 2024, though you might forget where you put them by then.

Flood Warning issued for the Topeka area, including Jefferson,...

Heavy rains that resulted in 5 to 8 inches of precipitation in the Topeka area overnight have prompted a Flood Warning until 8:30 a.m. Tuesday for several counties in northeast Kansas. According to the National Weather Service, areas under the Flood Warning include Jefferson, Shawnee, northern Douglas and southeastern Jackson counties.

Topeka receives a whopping 5.68 inches of rain as of early Tuesday morning

Topeka received more than 5 inches of rainfall Monday night into Tuesday morning, as showers had begun to taper off in the capital city. As of 5 a.m. Tuesday, the Topeka had received an official 5.68 inches of rainfall at Philip Billard Municipal Airport in the city's Oakland area.

Eclipse-watching results in some traffic jams for police, Kansas Highway Patrol

On a day when those from far and wide flocked to Northeast Kansas to catch sight of a total solar eclipse, one of the only unforeseen traffic obstructions for one Kansas Highway Patrol car came from a rafter of wild turkeys on a gravel road north of Holton. A group of about 20 young turkeys ran along the dirt road as Kansas Highway Patrol Trooper Jordan Plachecki came back from monitoring traffic near the once-in-a-century eclipse's path, presenting a temporary slowdown worse than what he saw on some highways and back roads around prime eclipse viewing spots.

Religious leader: abolish Kobach voting commission

A presidential election commission that will be headed in part by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach should be "decommissioned," leaders of a poor people's campaign told a packed house at a large downtown Topeka church Monday night. "Voter suppression is real, voter fraud is a lie," the Rev.

Touch of gray: Clouds mar eclipse viewing in parts of Kansas

The moon covers the face of the sun as the eclipse goes to totality, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 in rural Brown county near Fairview, Kan. The moon covers the face of the sun as the eclipse goes to totality, Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 in rural Brown county near Fairview, Kan.

Grey skies don't dampen excitement of Monday's eclipse at Topeka library

Samantha Comstock, center, took her four young children to the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library's solar eclipse watch party on Monday. Samantha Comstock, center, took her four young children to the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library's solar eclipse watch party on Monday.

Gray skies don't dampen excitement of Monday's eclipse at Topeka library

Bryce Scott, a fourth-grade student at International Academy, a private school in Topeka, waits for Monday's eclipse with his headmaster, Sandra Lassiter, outside of the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library. Janet Pionkowski, right, a solar system ambassador for NASA and the organizer of the library's solar eclipse watch party, talks with Noah Weston, 10, a student at Wanamaker Elementary, before Monday's eclipse.

Shawnee County schools prepare for Monday's solar eclipse

Ronda Hoss, left, an elementary physical and space science teacher at Williams Science and Fine Arts Magnet, helps a class of second-grade students learn how to properly where their solar eclipse glasses prior to Monday's event. "When the Sun Goes Dark" is one of several classroom materials that Ronda Hoss, an elementary physical and space science teacher at Williams Science and Fine Arts Magnet, used when putting lessons together for Monday's solar eclipse.

Police requesting for information on recent Topeka murder

Detectives with the Topeka Police Department are looking for more information after a Topeka man was found dead over the weekend in central Topeka. Topeka Police said on Saturday morning, the body of Kenneth Vetaw, 44, of Topeka, was discovered in an alley near the 1500 block of SW Topeka Blvd. Topeka Police have ruled his death as a murder.

Police ask for help in Topeka's 18th homicide of 2017

The body of Kenneth Vetaw, 44, was found Saturday morning in the west alley of the 1500 block of S.W. Topeka Blvd. Topeka police are asking people with information on the city's most recent homicide to step forward with information regarding the slaying. On Monday morning, police issued a news release related to the slaying of Kenneth Vetaw, 44, whose body was found Saturday morning in the west alley of the 1500 block of S.W. Topeka Blvd. Police Lt.

Topeka man taken to hospital after Sunday crash on I-70 in Wabaunsee County

A 72-year-0ld Topeka man was taken to a local hospital Sunday morning after authorities said he fell asleep at the wheel and was possibly injured in a one-car crash in Wabaunsee County. The Kansas Highway Patrol said the crash occurred at 11:10 a.m. on Interstate 70 at the Maple Hill exit.

Motorcycle rider taken to Topeka hospital after crashing Sunday night on I-70 in Wabaunsee County

A Ness City man was hospitalized after being injured in a motorcycle crash Sunday night on Interstate 70 in Wabaunsee County, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol. The single-vehicle crash occurred at 9:48 p.m. Sunday just east of Spring Creek Road on I-70.

Topeka weather for Monday, Aug. 21, 2017: Partly cloudy skies...

Partly sunny skies are in the forecast Monday as thousands cast their eyes to the northeast Kansas skies in hopes of seeing the first total solar eclipse in 99 years. Highs today should be around 90 degrees before rain and thunderstorms move into the area later this afternoon, continuing tonight and into Tuesday.

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