Volunteers have trapped more than 40 feral cats in Wichita to help control future populations in the south Kansas community.
Authorities say a couple died after their car went off the side of a Miami County road, overturned and caught fire.
A judge is recusing himself from hearing the sexual assault retrial of a man accused of knocking his attorney unconscious during his first t…
The performance of the song “Glory” by John Legend and Common brought the audience to its feet and tears to their eyes.
The 2015 award show featured a nearly-nude host, wage equality, and more.
Celebrity arrivals at the Oscars on Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
In a green-white-checkered finish, Joey Logano captured the Daytona 500 win on Sunday afternoon.
It’s the time of year to start filling out those Student Financial Aid forms.
Victim’s injuries were upgraded to non-life-threatening after being transported to the hospital.
The complete list of winners for the 2015 Oscars.
Jeff Gordon was mobbed as he weaved his way from pit road through the Daytona garage and back to his hauler.
Disney typically raises ticket prices at its U.S. theme parks annually.
Many of the states that could be affected are not prepared for the potential fallout.
A Georgia man whose body was left in a state crime lab after a mix-up has finally been buried in Augusta.
Inge received this Oscar in 1961 for best original screenplay for “Splendor in the Grass,” a story of sexual repression.
Despite the change in plans, Hoy said everything was “still perfect.”
Critics question their intelligence, their parenting, even their sanity.
The inmates are primarily “low-level” offenders who are immigrants in the country illegally.
Joe Gibbs is unsure how long Kyle Busch will be sidelined with a broken right leg and left foot from a crash at Daytona International Speedw…
Hochman had worked at the White Plains police department for 22 years before retiring recently.
The boy was transported by helicopter to Anchorage for treatment.
The House Elections Committee endorsed a bill that would at least double contribution limits to campaigns for state offices.
Supporters note the catfish’s contribution to the state’s economy.
$11,500 in scholarships will be awarded to students who attend the event.
The KDOT Bureau of Transportation Safety and Technology is hosting this two-week awareness campaign.