The Kidnapper Who Sued the Victims He Held Hostages Because They Escaped and Asked for $235,000 in Damages
On September 2009, Jesse Dimmick went to Topeka, Kansas in order to avoid being accused of murder. Jesse Dimmick, 27, a man from Denver, was wanted for questioning the beating to death of a Colorado man, and a search had begun in Geary County.
Upset Alert: No. 8 Arkansas knocks out No. 1 Kansas in the NCAA Tournament
The NCAA men's tournament saw another upset as the No. 1 seed, Kansas, was defeated by No. 8 Arkansas, 72-71. The game was a back-and-forth battle, with Arkansas making a spirited second-half surge to overcome a 10-point deficit. The lead swung back and forth until Ricky Council IV drove to the basket and was fouled, sinking two free throws to put Arkansas up by three.
The 1979 skeletal remains discovered in Washington state belonged to a male who was born in Topeka.
It was reported in a birth announcement that was published in September 1950 in The Topeka Capital-Journal that Mr. and Mrs. Joe Condomitti had brought into the world a newborn boy at St. Francis Hospital the day before who weighed in at 6 pounds and 15 ounces. The announcement was published in The Topeka Capital-Journal.
Target stabbing suspect appears in court after fleeing to Kansas
Heather Willard / NewsBreak Denver / March 13, 2023. (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) A man accused of stabbing his wife during an argument and fleeing the state remains behind bars after a judge set a $15,000 bond for his release.
Topeka May Change Kansas Law on Public Alcohol Consumption - Learn How You Can Benefit from It
Are you a fan of live music and special events? Do you enjoy sipping a drink while exploring the sights and sounds of a vibrant district? If so, you'll be pleased to hear that Topeka officials are one step closer to changing a Kansas law to make it easier for event organizers to allow public alcohol consumption downtown and in NOTO.
Topeka Offers Free Trip to New York City Residents Following Mayor's Speech
Topeka, Kansas is offering a free trip to New York City residents after Mayor Eric Adams mentioned the city in a speech. The Greater Topeka Partnership, Visit Topeka, and Kansas Tourism have teamed up to offer a three-day, two-night stay in Topeka to one lucky winner and three guests.
Man Sleeps in Animal Shelter for 7 Nights to Support Dog that Waited 400 Days for a Home.
Just think about staying in a dog kennel filled with constant noise for seven days. Now, try to imagine enduring it for 400 days. For months on end, a charming terrier blend named Queen resided within the confines of the Great Plains SPCA in Merriam, Kansas, without finding a new home. Despite her kind demeanor at the age of three, Queen had repeatedly been passed over for adoption. Finally, in September, animal advocate Scott Poore resolved to take action.
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