A cruise ship on China’s Yangtze River sank overnight June 2, 2015 with 458 people aboard after being caught in a cyclone.
The theme for today is a fun day of giving.
Tire yard owner in Montara neighborhood tells his side of the story for the first time.
TSA ordered to revise procedures and retrain staff.
The Hayden Wildcats earned a run-rule victory at the Class 4A Div. I state championship in Salina.
Overall crime is up slightly from 2014.
Bill intends to keep cities from “zoning” gun control laws
Body refuses to put legislation in human-trafficking bill.
The Rock Creek Mustangs won the Class 4A Division II state championship with a shutout of Concordia.
Money would come from key health care companies who say they’ll pass cost along to consumers.
Grill explosion causes more than $100,000 worth of damage
Senators on both sides of the aisle are vetting bills that are designed to close the gap before the new budget takes effect on July 1.
The tragic death of a man at Tuttle Creek Reservoir on Sunday is a sad reminder that fun on the water can quickly turn catastrophic.
President Barack Obama is not shy about defining his achievements and casting them in the most positive light, yet he is loath to talk about…
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says a man shot and killed by authorities grabbed a trooper and shoved him to the ground.
An audit found they charged subordinates money to attend a work-related party that featured psychic readings.
Said he viewed children as “morally different” than other victims, a psychiatrist testified at Holmes’ trial Monday.
After a jury convicted him of killing a 4-year-old girl by cooking her in an oven because he thought she was a demon.