Wedding bells were ringing Friday, but it wasn’t at the place you would expect.
To all the political junkies yearning for a contested Republican convention this summer: Not so fast.
Pennsylvania is set to become the latest state to legalize medical marijuana as the Legislature sent a bill to the governor.
KC leaders have given Google permission to put antennas on light poles in parts of the city to test tech that could lead to citywide Wi-Fi.
Amputee Blade Runners has given Hannah the gift of independence and activity and will provide her prosthetics until she turns 18 at no cost …
Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has all but thrown in the towel in Wyoming ahead of Saturday’s Republican convention.
A Malayan tiger attacked and killed a veteran keeper Friday afternoon at a South Florida zoo, officials said.
A holstered gun sat on top of a Bible on Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant’s desk Friday when he signed a law allowing guns in churches.
The number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. dropped by three this week to 440, although Kansas did gain one rig.
Human remains found in a Houston pasture are those of a 17-year-old girl who disappeared in 1997.
The demolition of a bridge will close I-70 at the Northwest Corner of the Downtown Loop, starting at 10 p.m. on April 22.
A woman in Portland told police her stolen dog, Laika, had her tongue was cut out and that it was nailed to a nearby tree.
The Nebraska Supreme Court has upheld the hate-crime conviction and sentence of a Missouri man who sucker-punched a Marine.
Sanders said that the U.S. needs a culture where police departments use force only as a last resort.
Prosecutors say Justin Payne called 911 in August and claimed 2-year-old Jacob Barker had choked on a pop tart.
Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has a new proposal designed to end his state’s ongoing battle with Missouri to lure businesses across the border.
A Tennessee father has sued a Kansas military school alleging its failure to adequately supervise cadets led to the sexual assault of his 12…
The investigation began after the BBB in Florida received complaints from Kansans who had done business with Financial Help Services, Inc.