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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
Man arrested after cake, vacuum stolen from Topeka Dairy Queen

Officers later arrested Dustin Cain, 41, and were able to recover the vacuum, according to a news release. They didn't recover the cake.

Three boys and a girl: Topeka Zoo reveals gender of tiger cubs

Topeka Zoo officials revealed Friday that three of the tiger cubs born earlier this week are male and one is female, and said the four will be given names in a variety of ways. One of the boys will be named by a family who has supported the zoo for decades.

Authorities looking for escaped Kansas inmate

The Shawnee County Department of Corrections says 27-year-old Brian Andrew Worrell ran away Wednesday on his first day with that crew. Maj. Tim Phelps.

Kobach lawyer seeks to delay release of video in Kansas case

In this Aug. 8, 2018, file photo, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach speaks during a news conference in Topeka, Kan. An attorney for Kobach is seeking to delay the release of a video of him being questioned in a federal voting-rights lawsuit to avoid hurting his campaign for governor.

Stuck in traffic on the Kansas Turnpike in East Topeka? Here's why Updated at

Work to turn the Kansas Turnpike's East Topeka interchange into an "open road tolling" station caused traffic congestion Wednesday evening - which is expected to continue at times in days to come - on the westbound Kansas Turnpike just east of that interchange. Traffic will likely be backed up again Thursday, Saturday and three or four days next week, depending on weather, said Rachel Bell, director of business services and customer relations for the Kansas Turnpike Authority.

The Old Depot exhibit celebrates 130 years

One of Ottawa's relics is celebrating a significant birthday. The Old Depot, which is now a museum located at 135 W. Tecumseh, Ottawa, is 130 years old.

Why Do the Media Keep Parroting Trump's Falsehoods?

The Toronto Star 's Daniel Dale has been tracking Donald Trump's lies since Inauguration Day, and in the first week of October, the number of falsehoods reached the second-highest point of his presidency, with 129. But Dale's cut-off date meant that he didn't include the October 10 op-ed signed by Trump attacking Democratic proposals for Medicare for all, which USA Today , incredibly, agreed to run.

All your tiger cub questions answered

If you've been watching the live stream of the new cubs, you might be wondering why one cub is always broken off from the pack. "Four cubs nursing is a little overwhelming so I think they're kind of taking turns, taking a break and then Jingga will come over to the alone one, then nurse him or her and then go back to the three," said Shana Simpson of the Topeka Zoo's animal care team.

Topeka woman celebrates 100th birthday with cake, rum and coke

Fanny Hand says her sister lived to be 98 and her mother lived to 93. Her daughters never anticipated that Fanny would live to see 100 years old. Hand's daughters say their mother lived an extremely healthy lifestyle and went on a no-carb diet long before it was popular to do so.

At Washburn University, students get 101 in interceding harassment

Imagine you're leaving a party and come across a guy who is being sexually aggressive toward a woman too intoxicated to know what's happening. What do you do? Or perhaps you're walking down the street and see someone verbally assaulting another person because of her race, gender or religion.

Kobach proposes tougher work rules for welfare in Kansas

Republican gubernatorial candidate Kris Kobach announces proposals to impose work requirements, drug testing and immigration requirements for participation by Kansans in Medicaid during a press conference Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2018, at the Kansas GOP headquarters in Topeka, Kan.

Police: Driver falls asleep, escapes injury when car flips on top in Topeka crash

Greg and David Kaiser were in their Dodge Ram window van Wednesday morning, heading to a local supply store to pick up items for their flooring business. A couple of minutes from their home, while traveling west in the 2000 block of S.E. 29th, the Kaisers saw a maroon, four-door Ford Fusion traveling toward them in the eastbound lane of S.E. 29th.

Sunny on Wednesday with highs in mid-60s in Topeka

Another gorgeous fall day is on tap for the Topeka area on Wednesday, with sunny skies and afternoon highs in the mid-60s. More temperatures in the 60s are expected over the next few days, with a chance for precipitation on Thursday night into Friday.

Deadline today: How to register to vote in KS election

The ballots will feature high profile candidates in several races, including Steve Watkins and Paul Davis for the 2nd Congressional District, Kevin Yoder and Sharice Davids for the 3rd Congressional District and Kris Kobach, Laura Kelly and Greg Orman for state governor. Kansans interested in registering to vote can choose between doing so at a physical location or online at KSVotes.org .

Great fall weather to enjoy

Tuesday morning was actually a few degrees colder in many spots with widespread frost on the ground and windshield. The big chill was with us early, but afternoon temps were so much better as modified air drifted into Northeast Kansas with the help of a west/southwest wind.

Topeka students learn about career possibilities at Live Your Dream Symposium

But Mwangi, 14, opted to spend his day taking a look at future career possibilities with about 40 other local middle school and high school students at the second annual Live Your Dream Symposium at Avondale East NET Center, 455 S.E. Golf Park Blvd. The event, sponsored by the Diversity and Inclusion Pillar of Forge, was designed to allow students to connect with minority and women business leaders and professionals in Topeka. "It's good for people to come here and learn and get a feel for what they like to do," Mwangi said.

Man crashes into parked vehicle in chase with Topeka police

A man crashed into a parked vehicle at S.W. 4th and Buchanan after leading Topeka police on a chase Monday night. The driver was spotted near S.W. 13th heading north on S.W. Gage.

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