The people revitalizing downtown believe it could benefit businesses there.
Last night the organization held an information meeting for building owners and developers to learn more about the potential benefits of historic districts.
Downtown Topeka Inc’s President and CEO, Vince Frye says the major renovation project will bring great opportunities for new business and residential growth.
Frye says it protects the investments that downtown property owners hav already made and also improves the other properties around them.
The Kansas State Board of Education is drafting a plan that would require all teachers in the state to submit fingerprints and undergo extensive background checks.
By the end of the day, the construction materials around the Kansas Statehouse dome will be gone.
A Shawnee County jury has found a 39-year-old Topeka man guilty on dozens of counts of sexually exploiting children.