Was shot by an apparently stranded motorist who stood over the officer and told him afterward, “You’re lucky — you’re going to die soon.”
Wichita police say an officer fatally shot a man after the officer was dragged by a vehicle following a traffic stop.
U.S. investors got a serious jolt Monday when the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled 1,000 points minutes after the market opened
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden have a lot to catch up on.
The massive fire burning in north-central Washington is now the largest in state history.
The National Zoo says two panda cubs born Saturday are doing well, but their caretakers had a challenging night.
“There’s no human language that can convey the pain I have witnessed seize ahold of my family.”
“The evidence of extortion or duress was unrebutted.”
An estimated 1.8 million households that got subsidies for their premiums last year but failed to file a 2014 tax return as required by the …
Target Corp. has agreed to pay $2.8 million to settle a hiring discrimination claim filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commissio…
Maryland officials say investigators have uncovered a plot to use a drone to sneak contraband into maximum-security state prisons in western…
More teens are thrifty nowadays, a habit picked up from their recession-scarred parents.
Saying they “gave a lesson in courage” by subduing a heavily armed attacker on a high-speed train carrying 500 passengers to Paris.
Plains, Georgia, plans on giving back to their resident globe-trotting former president by keeping him upbeat and entertained.
Was once confined for three months so he could be treated for mental illness
A fungus called wheat flag smut has re-emerged in Kansas after not being seen since the 1970s.
A Wichita man has been sentenced to about 33 years in prison for the slaying of a 23-year-old man two years ago.
Police said the stabbing victim was in serious but stable condition. The rape victim’s condition was unknown.
A national right-to-die group is due to be sentenced for its involvement in a Minnesota woman’s suicide in 2007.
Oklahoma’s labor commissioner died after he was stabbed multiple times at an Oklahoma City restaurant, and his adult son has been arrested
Questions about the racial identity of a well-known activist in the “Black Lives Matter” movement have stirred controversy and drawn a blist…
World stock markets continued major tumbles Monday, Aug. 24, 2015, deepening concerns over China’s economic health and the strength of the w…
According to the 46-year-old actor-comedian’s publicist, Lewis Key, Morgan wed Megan Wollover on Sunday
As crews made inroads against massive fires burning in north-central Washington some people began to assess just how damaging the huge blaze…
New Orleans has rebounded in ways few thought possible in the decade since Hurricane Katrina.
Justin Wilson always understood the danger that lurked behind the wheel for an IndyCar driver.
Second cancers are on the rise. Nearly 1 in 5 new cases in the U.S. now involves someone who has had the disease before.
On a recent sweltering Saturday afternoon, I submerged my guilt and filled the bathtub halfway for my 3-year-old twins to play in.
Police say they’ve now made more than 200 arrests as they try to curb an increase in street prostitution in downtown Washington.
A federal judge has ruled that a former Lawrence police officer was not fired because of his race.
The victim was making a night deposit before his shift when he was approached by a man with a gun.
38 Kansas school districts are asking for $15 million in emergency request aid. That’s less than the $12.29 million the State Finance Counci…
94,000 miles and 50 states later a Silver Lake couple has the journey of a lifetime.
The World Weightlifting champion and American record holder decided that knowledge is power… literally.
Filing came nearly seven months after the tribal council voted to remove Clifford “Steve” Cadue from his job as chairman.
The Kansas Highway Patrol identified the victim as Ryan Lane, of Reading.
A picture of Jesus has been removed from a southeast Kansas middle school where it had hung for decades.
The Kickapoo Tribe has accused its former chairman of financial malfeasance in a tribal court lawsuit.