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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
Expert defends estimates of noncitizen voters in Kansas

An expert witness for Secretary of State Kris Kobach in a trial over Kansas' voter registration law said Tuesday that he couldn't support Kobach's claim that more than 3 million noncitizens voted in the 2016 presidential election. Jesse Richman, an associate professor of political science at Old Dominion, also endured intense questioning from Dale Ho, an attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union, about Richman's estimate that up to 18,000 noncitizens voted in Kansas, The Topeka Capital-Journal reported.

MHK woman's 2015 death remains a mystery

Nearly three years ago, a middle-aged woman who grew up in Manhattan died after something happened on a road near Wamego. Shannon McKeeman Chebultz, a 1988 graduate of Manhattan High, died on Sept.

JEDO to consider tax credits program that would cover funding gap for East Topeka Learning Center

The $5.5 million East Topeka Learning Center project was approved to take part in a federal tax credit program that rewards investors for putting dollars into projects that impact distressed communities nationwide. A New Markets Tax Credits allocation of $6.5 million has been reserved for the project, according to Jeff White, a principal at Columbia Capital who advises the Joint Economic Development Organization on the complex process associated with the tax credits.

Police reports: Family Dollar recovers $57 in stolen food items

The Family Dollar store at 501 S.E. 21st reported someone tried to steal $57 worth of food items between 7:20 and 7:30 p.m. Sunday, March 11. All of the items were recovered. A 39-year-old Topeka man reported the theft of $100 in construction supplies between 8:26 and 8:35 a.m. Monday, March 12, in the 1900 block of S.W. Medford.

The weirdest weather ever forecasted

Happy Tuesday, Northeast Kansas! Last week I spent some time talking science with 6th graders at Cair Paravel in Topeka. We talked about severe weather and how to stay safe during storms.

County employees credited with saving life

Two Shawnee County appraiser's  office employees are being credited with saving the life of a woman who called that office last week after suffering a stroke. Appraiser Steve Bauman told county commissioners Kevin Cook, Shelly Buhler and Bob Archer Monday about how Tomlin Robinson and Tanya Biswell arranged Wednesday for an ambulance to be sent to the home of the woman, who was taken to a Topeka hospital and admitted.

Parents, advocates tackle issues with Kansas' foster care system

Foster care parents and children's advocates examined ways to address the rapidly growing number of juveniles in Kansas' troubled foster care system during a forum Monday evening. The event was organized by Strengthen Families Rebuild Hope and took place at the Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library.

Bid to cut Kansas' food sales tax provokes anger over revenue loss

North Newton Rep. Tim Hodge elicited gentle nods of approval Monday while outlining a bill cutting in half the state's sales tax on food. He earned scowls and grimaces from House colleagues with three bills drafted to cover the revenue loss.

Some churches drop - Baptist' names to gain members

The Rev. Dan Brown is one of several Baptist pastors leading his congregation to change the church's name in hopes of bringing more people through the doors.

Topeka police looking for red truck in hit-and-run crash at S.W. 8th and Clay

Police were on the lookout for a pickup truck they say was involved in a hit-and-run crash Monday morning just west of downtown Topeka. Emergency crews were sent around 8:10 a.m. to S.W. 8th and Clay, where an injury accident had been reported.

Topeka, Scott Gales at odds over modern look of Westboro house

As a Topeka Planning Commissioner, architect Scott Gales voted in December 2013 in favor of a "Neighborhood Conservation District" for the Westboro neighborhood where he lives in an effort to keep out developments contrary to the neighborhood's established character. A little more than four years later, the exclusionary nature of those rules threatens to derail Gales' plans to renovate and expand - by about 33 percent - the Cape Cod-style house he and his wife, Cheryl Gales, own at 1605 S.W. Lakeside Drive.

Man taken to hospital after crash late Sunday south of Topeka

A man was transported to a local hospital after he was injured late Sunday in a single-vehicle crash just south of Topeka, authorities said. According to Shawnee County sheriff's officials, emergency crews were sent to 7839 S.W. Burlingame Road, where deputies found a blue 2004 Dodge Stratus was on its driver's side in the driveway.

Highs in lower-50s expected Monday in Topeka area

Look for a cloudy Monday morning in the Topeka area before the sun breaks through by this afternoon, with high temperatures in the lower-50s. Today: Cloudy through mid morning, then gradual clearing, with a high near 53. Northwest wind 5 to 10 mph.

Topeka man hurt in single-vehicle rollover crash

Eric Willard, 33, of Topeka, was northbound on Burlingame around 10:00 p.m. when he overcorrected to the left after leaving the roadway on the east side. The vehicle spun through the roadway entered the west ditch and overturned after colliding with large landscaping rocks at the edge of a driveway near the 7800 block of SW Burlingame Rd. Willard's blue 2004 Dodge Stratus was found resting on the driver's side.

Warmer weather expected for St. Patrick's Day 2018

We're tracking a relatively cool start to the fresh work and school week. Temps this morning were in the 20s and 30s - with those lingering Sunday clouds overhead.

Topeka native wins Paralympic gold

In 2009, Cnossen was serving as a U.S. Navy SEAL in Afghanistan, when he was injured by an explosive device.

Topeka, Shawnee County school districts prepare for walkouts

When Irene Caracioni and Jacob Gernon, sophomores at Topeka High School, took their flyer advertising a walkout this week to one of their assistant principals, they said they were told to change the words "gun safety" to "school safety." "That was never our intent to make it just about school safety," Gernon, 16, said.

Savanna Maue: Pre-packaged meal kit popularity and where to find it locally

This week I wanted to talk about meal kits. You may have heard of Blue Apron, or HelloFresh - these meal delivery services that provide nutritious ingredients and in-depth preparation instructions to create your own meals at home.

Wholesome food, charismatic owner made original Pennant cafeteria a hit Updated at

Judy Bowman was in her 20s, newly married and a recent graduate of Kansas State University when she went to work at The Pennant in September 1965. To this day, she remembers the restaurant's layout, food and, most particularly, the owner who was an iconic part of Topeka's busy downtown landscape from 1950 through the late 1960s.

Kevin Haskin: Storms demand attention, snack crackers Posted at

We know where to go in the basement, a makeshift shelter surrounded by the most walls. We know where the supplies are kept - flashlights, radio, water, gloves, etc.

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