A ‘Vets & Cadets Program’ allowed the future military members to interview veterans about their experiences.
WalletHub Experts considered things like poverty rates and parental leave policies. That’s something moms say the entire country needs more …
A series of tornadoes swept across eastern Colorado, causing several minor injuries and damaging motorhomes and buildings.
It’s a scary scenario: What would you do if you lost access to everything on your computer?
A 15-year-old was suspended for possession of drugs based solely on the smell of marijuana, but the family says the school made a mistake.
The racing world wondered if there was a worthy successor to last year’s Triple Crown champion American Pharoah.
Kyle Busch has seemingly dozens of reasons to despise Kansas Speedway, from the two times he crashed out of Chase races to the innumerable m…
Convicted drug lord “El Chapo,” who twice pulled off brazen jailbreaks and is fighting to avoid extradition to the U.S., was abruptly transf…
President Obama said Saturday that the country is “a better place today” than when he graduated from college more than 30 years ago.
A federal security officer is now facing multiple murder charges in a shooting spree across three Maryland parking lots that left three peop…
The pain and passion over the Penn State sexual abuse scandal were reignited as new allegations came to light.
A Kansas City police officer pleaded guilty last week to misdemeanor harassment stemming from an incident caught on dashcam video.
Proponents of raising Missouri’s lowest-in-the-nation cigarette taxes submitted petitions Saturday in hopes of getting a constitutional amen…
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore now faces possible removal from the bench over his effort to block gay marriage.
Canadian officials fear a massive wildfire could double in size by the end of Saturday as they continue to evacuate residents.
For higher educated and skilled workers, April offered plenty of jobs. The landscape was tougher for blue-collar and lower paying positions.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. dropped by five this week to 415. A year ago, 894 rigs were active.
Federal officials have cited a national agricultural marketing firm with exposing workers in Kansas to grain dust and fall hazards.