Flint’s water became contaminated with lead when it began drawing from the river in 2014 as a cost-cutting measure while under state financi…
The former president of a union that represents Jackson County Department of Corrections workers has admitted to embezzling more than $7,000…
The U.S. Supreme Court sided Wednesday with Kansas officials seeking to reinstate death penalty sentences for three men.
The Garden City winner is remaining anonymous and collected the prize Wednesday morning.
Marlene Morones, senior and editor of the Topeka High School Sunflower yearbook, won the 2015 Yearbook of Excellence contest.
When Marco Rubio returns to the Senate, colleagues treat him like just another newbie.
Malia Obama’s high school will have to find another commencement speaker when she graduates this year.
Does winning the Iowa caucus mean a candidate will go on to win the nomination?
McCambry, 27, said he didn’t know they were police and thought he was being robbed. Plus, read about three other grand jury indictments.
Another plunge in the price of crude oil sent the stock market sharply lower.
The release of “Star Wars: Episode VIII” has been delayed from May 2017 to December 2017.
Academy Award winner Lupita Nyong’o says she’s “disappointed” by “the lack on inclusion” in this year’s Oscar nominations.
Most of Wal-Mart’s U.S. employees will get raises as part of the world’s largest retailer’s previously announced commitment to invest in its…
Ruled in favor of Kansas officials seeking to reinstate the death penalty for three men, including two brothers convicted in a crime spree k…
U.S. auto safety regulators are investigating complaints that doors won’t latch properly on about 400,000 Ford Focus compact cars.
Adults in the U.S. are caught up in a craze for coloring books, once an activity for children alone.
Authorities in central Florida say a man died after a dispute over whether he touched another man’s pickup truck.
“This debate should be driven by facts and common sense, not fearmongering about targeting ‘widows and orphans’ or other strawman arguments …