25th is now open to traffic and one southbound lane on Wanamaker remains closed while repair work is completed.
An incident involving a trash truck has caused some residents in southwest Shawnee county to lose cable and phone service.
Just after 8am, a Waste Management trash truck was headed west on SW 25th near Wanamaker when a raised bucket on the truck clipped a cable line and traffic signal at the intersection of 25th and SW Wanamaker. Topeka Police were on the scene Wednesday morning directing traffic while repairs were being made.
It's not known how long it will take until cable service is restored.
The Kansas Department of Transportation has reported the closing this week of rest areas a mile west of Junction City on I-70 which is expected to save the state more than $200,000 a year.
Tracking the threat of light wintry weather for Friday!
Kansas Senate Majority Leader Terry Bruce has hired a new staffer who previously worked as an intern for U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran.