From a charity founded by the late New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner.
Topeka police chase ends in southeast Topeka
He went to visit American troops from the Army’s 1st Infantry Division, headquartered at Fort Riley.
Police said one of the men is a KU student.
“I’m confident that the people of Israel are as interested in peace as are the people in Palestine, “Kerry said recently.
“We’re not going to be intimidated by some cyberhackers.”
The city of Wichita has plans to help illegal immigrants receive a driver’s permit.
Department stores may have ‘door busting’ sales but small businesses are also cheerful this holiday season.
A man is recovering Monday morning after a stabbing Sunday in Topeka.
Kansas undecided on lawsuit filed by other states against Colorado over its legalization of marijuana.
Florida authorities say a Tarpon Springs police officer was shot and killed early Sunday by a fugitive trying to evade a warrant.
A former Johnson County physician who killed two of her children in a 1995 arson fire wants a new sentencing hearing.
Drury has signed an agreement streamlining the admission of graduates from a private Kansas City school with international ties.
Police caught up with Lee after he left the home and charged him with assault, child endangerment and harassment.
Brooks said the shootings were “certainly not a step forward” for the movement.
The couple converted their civil bond under new laws implemented in England earlier this year.
Brokaw’s memo noted that a year ago his future was “more uncertain than I cared to acknowledge.”.
The club stood in as Bada Bing on the HBO show.
Authorities in Maryland are identifying a woman who was shot by the same man who killed two NYPD officers.
There’s a struggle to balance consumer protection with innovation.
Officers responded to the shooting around 10 p.m. Saturday.
“I do think we’re seeing a cultural change in the mining industry that’s for the better.”
Authorities made several arrests in the case of the Taliban school attack that killed 148 people.
Though many Cuban-American Catholics praise the pontiff for encouraging progress, others feel betrayed.
What isn’t clear, Chase said, is whether anyone will see the restitution payments.