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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
Class in session at downtown Topeka businesses

Even though Leaping Llamas Artisan Shop is fairly new to the downtown scene, the business has several classes patrons can participate in each month. "There are a wide range of classes that we offer," said owner Alicia VanWalleghem.

Topeka man walks his way to dramatic weight loss

Topekan Gaylon Markham credits dietary changes - including cutting out soft drinks and drastically reducing his intake of beer - with helping him lose 132 pounds in less than 11 months. But most of all, he said, walking 10 miles a day Monday through Friday and 5 miles a day on the weekends has helped him slim down from 339 pounds to a svelte 207, as of his last check a week ago.

Plaza planning: Creating a new outdoor venue in Topeka

In Tucson, Ariz., a revitalized plaza has made a "night and day" difference to the city's core. A Rapid City, S.D., parking lot-turned-square breathes new life in the frontier town's downtown.

Flooding, bridge move shattered once-vibrant downtown North Topeka

Then that area was ravaged by flooding in 1951, followed by setbacks that included a bridge collapse 14 years later. Empty lots, boarded-up storefronts and taverns marked the district in 1994, when its first parade in decades was held to boost community pride, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported.

Semi lands on side on Interstate 70 entrance ramp in East Topeka

The Shawnee County Sheriff's Office, the Topeka Police Department and the Topeka Fire Department responded to the crash on the ramp from S.E. Deer Creek Trafficway just before noon Saturday, a dispatcher said. After turning right onto the ramp to westbound I-70, the vehicle's passenger-side tires went into a drainage culvert, causing the vehicle to overturn, according to the Kansas Highway Patrol.

Topeka craft beer businesses ready to tap into tourism market

In the craft beer industry, the attitude has long been the more, the merrier. The sentiment holds true in Topeka's burgeoning craft beer scene.

Man from Southeast Topeka shooting dies from injuries

Topeka Police say one of the men hurt in the shooting on June 9, in Southeast Topeka has died from his injuries. Officers say on Friday, June 15, Ramon A. Mathews, 25 of Topeka died at a Topeka hospital from injuries he got during the incident last weekend.

Topeka Zoo's Abi the giraffe may soon deliver calf

Zoo director Brendan Wiley announced the zoo was canceling its public giraffe feeding session until further notice after staff members noticed Abi the giraffe was showing signs the birth could be near. "We think Abi is very close to giving birth," Wiley said.

Heat making people consider changing their plans

The scorching heat continues in the Capital City and isn't expected to let up this weekend. Now people are looking for options to stay cool.

Committee refines concept for Redbud Park, working to acquire funding

Topekans have heard for years about the idea of building a park across the street from the NOTO Art Center. Late one warm Thursday night at the end of April, with no fanfare or acknowledgements, a local business owner and artist put her first mark on the project.

Religion roundup: Danny Gokey, Tauren Wells to bring concert to Topeka Updated at

A pair of Grammy Award nominees whose music is regularly featured on Christian radio stations will be in concert this coming fall at the Topeka Performing Arts Center. Danny Gokey and Tauren Wells will present the "Hope Encounter" tour at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Topeka Performing Arts Center, 214 S.E. 8th.

City-funded grants support downtown Topeka businesses' growth

Significant advances in downtown Topeka's redevelopment have boosted interest in investing downtown, according to a downtown official, and have increased the number of projects submitted to a city-funded incentive grant program. For nearly each of the 18 years since the grant program's inception, the city has budgeted funds for Downtown Topeka Inc. to administer through the Downtown Topeka Redevelopment Incentive Grant Program.

Ronald McDonald House celebrating 30 years in Topeka

The charity located at 825 SW Buchanan St. first opened its doors on June 15, 1988. The house offers 8 private suites, a full kitchen and laundry room for parents who have children staying at local hospital The Ronald McDonald House is throwing an open house Friday afternoon from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Ronald McDonald House holds open house to celebrate big milestone

The home in central Topeka first opened its doors on June 15, 1988. The home serves as a place for families who have children in the hospital to stay together.

VIDEO: Update on downtown Topeka, plus a tour of Cyrus Hotel

Topeka Capital-Journal business writer Morgan Chilson on Friday morning met with several downtown Topeka leaders in providing an update of the revitalization, and also, a tour of the progress of the Cyrus Hotel was given. The update comes ahead of the publication of a 56-page special section in the Sunday, June 17, edition of The Capital-Journal.

Witness, defendant's sister testify in Kora Liles' triple homicide trial in Topeka

Although Joseph A. Krahn killed three people in a North Topeka home last year, one man who witnessed the crime told jurors Thursday it seemed to him Kora L. Liles played a major role in the violence. Liles, 32, is charged with three counts each of first-degree murder, aggravated assault and aggravated kidnapping in the deaths of Nicole Fisher, 38, Luke Davis, 20, and Matthew Leavitt, 19. The victims were found dead March 12, 2017, in the basement of a home at 115 N.W. Grant.

Heat, other complex issues factor in Topeka's recent spike in crime

Topeka Police Chief Bill Cochran's assertion that sooner-than-expected, higher-than-average summer temperatures may be one reason for the capital city's recent spike in violence is based, in part, on science. Dozens of studies have been conducted on the relationship between hotter temperatures and crime, including a case study conducted of Cleveland, Ohio, between 1999 and 2004.

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