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Topeka (Shawnee, Kansas)

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  • WFTV’s Matt Makens leaving to go to Denver

     
    Better enjoy your weekends with WFTV-Ch. 9 meteorologist Matt Makens. The Emmy-winning weather anchor, who is 30, is leaving Orlando to go home to Denver and work for ABC affiliate KMGH later this year. Probable last days at ABC affiliate WFTV: Tha...
  • Showtime

    It's probably the most exciting sport there is. Kind of like the Super Bowl, except more exciting. Like the Daytona 500, except faster. It's kind of like the Kentucky Derby, Belmont and Preakness all rolled into one because it has made grown men lose...
  • Republican candidates for U.S. Senate spar on KWCH

    Republican candidates for U.S. Senate spar on KWCH
    Sunflower Broadcasting, Inc. hosted a candidate forum for Republicans seeking the U.S. Senate seat. Republican Congressmen Jerry Moran and Todd Tiahrt and Tom Little appeared in the live forum from the KWCH-TV studios. Former Kansas Attorney General...
  • WDAF-TV: 60 Years of Excellence DVD -- Buy Your Copy Today!

    WDAF-TV: 60 Years of Excellence DVD -- Buy Your Copy Today!
    Watch some clips included in WDAF's 60th Anniversary DVD above. We have even more classic clips from 60 years of WDAF posted in our Archive page. If you'd like to purchase a copy of WDAF-TV: 60 Years of Excellence, fill out the form below. You will be...
  • Fort Hood victim laid to rest

    Fort Hood victim laid to rest
    An Army Reservist from San Diego who was one of the 13 people killed in a shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas was laid to rest today with full military honors. Capt. John Paul Gaffaney, 56, of Serra Mesa, was called a great patriot and given a 21-...
  • Former City Official Charged With Murdering Wife, Daughters

    Former City Official Charged With Murdering Wife, Daughters
    LYNDON, Kan. -- A former Missouri city official previously accused of assaulting his wife was charged Monday with capital murder in the shootings of her and their two teenage daughters in eastern Kansas. James Kraig Kahler, 46, also was charged with...
  • Local Fans Gather For Michael Jackson Memorial

    Local Fans Gather For Michael Jackson Memorial
    As hundreds of thousands of Michael Jackson's fans descend on the Staples Center in Los Angeles Tuesday morning, local fans are gathering closer to home to say goodbye to the King of Pop. The EMP will be showing the memorial in the JBL Theater for free...
  • Citizens Get Their First Look at City Manager Candidates

    Citizens Get Their First Look at City Manager Candidates
    People in Grand Rapids got their first public look at the four city manager candidates at a forum at the Grand Rapids Public Library. Grand Rapids went through this process when Kurt Kimball was selected city manager 22 years ago. Monday night he...
  • Candidates Interview for City Manager

    Candidates Interview for City Manager
    Four candidates are interviewing Tuesday for the top spot in Grand Rapids City Hall. Each will have interviews separately with commissioners, a panel of citizens, and a panel of city staff. The process started at 8 a.m. and will go until after 3:30 p.m....
  • The Election in Black and White

    WASHINGTON (AP) - Less than five miles from the White House, separated by a river and so much history, people spoke of popping champagne, of winning the lottery. They remembered those who died before witnessing this day, and they stored away "I Voted"...
  • Grand Rapids Competes for Google's Super-Speed Internet Service

    Grand Rapids Competes for Google's Super-Speed Internet Service
    The city of Grand Rapids has become pretty high-tech over the past few years. But now city leaders are hoping to move warp speed ahead. Thousands of people are coming together to try to bring Google's new broadband network to West Michigan. It's a move...
  • Supreme Court To Decide Legality Of Dead Soldier Protests

    Supreme Court To Decide Legality Of Dead Soldier Protests
    The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide on the outer limits of free-speech protection for public protests and to rule on whether a dead soldier's family can sue fringe religious protesters who picketed near their son's funeral with signs that said,...