Nixon is part of a delegation of four U.S. governors who traveled to Afghanistan over the weekend.
El Hierro, the most remote of Spain’s Canary Islands, is now billing itself as the world’s first energy self-sufficient island.
Seven in ten Americans say the United States will end up using its own combat troops against ISIS.
Still’s 4-year-old daughter, Leah, is being treated for cancer.
The world of camping in Utah just became a little more glamorous.
Hundreds of flights were cancelled with some passengers stuck on the tarmac for hours.
The “Grow 4 Vets” giveaway in Colorado Springs aimed to bring cannabis-based treatments.
Boehner was asked whether he’d recommend sending in Americans if no one else was able to step up.
“People value the work that we put into the soil; they value the taste; they value our relationship,” he says.
“At-risk” shelter pets are the dogs less likely to be adopted.
Kids in Meriden are one slide closer to finally having a place to play.
Two dozen people attended the announcement Friday.
Obama spoke to CBS’ “60 Minutes” during an interview that is to air Sunday.
Authorities say one of the victims is in critical condition.
The hurricane’s maximum sustained winds were around 85 mph.
There was a big announcement out of the Topeka Zoo Saturday.
Zenger named KU defensive coordinator Clint Bowen interim head coach.
Olympic sports continue to take place in the capital city.
33 years later and a Topeka tradition continues.
Spring cleaning came a few months early for people needing to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs.
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The officer was shot in the arm and is expected to survive.