The Washburn men’s and women’s basketball teams both lost at Pitt State on Saturday afternoon.
Hundreds spent the afternoon dancing for a cause.
Liberal, Kansas prepares for 66th International Pancake Day.
Twp payday loan companies agree to pay $21 million to settle federal claims that they misled consumers.
Some states are reviewing the quality and quantity of the tests their students take.
The recall applies to mattresses used for Ikea’s Vyssa-style cribs.
Details on how Obama would raise the $2 billion to help states will be released in the president’s budget proposal next month.
The man had likely been dead for a couple of days before his body was found by a man who had been walking in the area with his daughter.
The U.S. attorney’s office wants to compare the defendant’s DNA to the sisters of the child he is accused of impersonating, David Pena.
Was charged Saturday with murder.
The three women who organized the event are all wives of local police officers.
Altice now faces several felony charges, including sexual abuse and rape.
She was initially hospitalized for high blood pressure and does not know what led to her passing.
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The child suffered severe burns.
The shooting occurred before the mall opened at 10 a.m.
Lawyers for Sandusky’s victims worried that the NCAA’s retreat sent the wrong message.
The Melbourne Police Department tweeted around 10:30 a.m. Saturday that officers were “currently working a shooting.”
Besides cash, the man received a Visa gift card, lottery tickets and letters of encouragement.
The court vacated his life sentence because it was imposed under a sentencing previously found to be unconstitutional.
The victim told police she was cut by a known person she had been staying with.
He used lumber in the truck to reach the top of the garbage pile and avoid the compactor.
The book contained about 30 to 40 hits of the narcotic.