What topics are typically covered in the Topeka Capital-Journal?


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Topics the Topeka Capital-Journal covers include news, sports, opinion pieces and life stories. Other topics the Topeka Capital-Journal covers include obituaries and classified ads. The Topeka Capital-Journal covers local and national stories as a daily newspaper written and printed in Topeka, Kansas. There is also an online version of the Topeka Capital-Journal that has Twitter posts, Staff Tweets, upcoming events, staff blogs and a link to JOBS.cjonline.

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In the “News” section of the Topeka Capital-Journal, the newspaper covers stories in categories such as business, local, state, databases, property taxes and sex offenders. Other news items the publication covers include ongoing and breaking local news stories.

The “Sports” section of the Topeka Capital-Journal covers topics including local high school and college as well as professional teams, such as the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League, the Kansas State Wildcats basketball and football teams, and the Kansas City Jayhawks basketball and football teams. Here, readers find scores, rosters and schedules for local teams.

The “Opinion” section of the Topeka Capital-Journal covers a range of topics through its columns, editorials and letters to the editor. The "Life" section covers events, entertainment, “food and flicks” and the “Splash” section, which covers openings, events and information about local bars, clubs and nightlife.

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