“We’re exhausting every lead that we currently have.”
A billion dollar dream for nearly 200 folks in a Johnston County community has turned into an act of kindness after a fire hit a family in n…
Cam Newton threw for two touchdowns and ran for two others, and Carolina’s big-play defense stifled the league’s top-ranked offense in a 49-…
Part of a national downsizing plan by the retail chain that plans on closing several of its stores by mid-April.
Deputy Scott Wood was shot seven times last March when three armed men tried to rob a convenience store where he stopped after work.
The group occupied four buses that traveled to D.C. for the annual March for Life in opposition to the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision.
Two men were duck hunting in the boat when it capsized on the private lake.
Ol’ No. 18 engineered a 20-18 victory over the Patriots — not settled until Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby picked off Brady’s pass on a 2-p…
Lawmakers are seeking assurances about the computerized system that determines eligibility for social service and Medicaid programs.
Two Latin American countries are investigating whether outbreaks of the mosquito-borne Zika virus are behind a rise a nerve condition.
A basketball icon visited a police station for a game of hoops after a video of the police officers playing basketball with the teens in the…
A Kansas Senate panel will consider a measure aimed at banning discrimination against gun dealers and manufacturers.
Bryan was part a Richmond family that produced four generations of media entrepreneurs. Bryan himself spent 50 years in the industry.
A Kansas woman serving a federal sentence for enslaving mentally ill residents at a Newton group home is seeking an early release.
The earthquake struck at about 1:30 a.m. Alaska time and was centered 53 miles west of Anchor Point in the Kenai Peninsula, which is about 1…
Opposition to the law permitting concealed carry has been fierce on the system’s six campuses.
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling upholding three death sentences may undermine support for a bill that would repeal the Kansas’ death penalty.
FEMA said its teams will be in 33 Missouri counties due to damage that occurred during the storms in late December and early January.