The Golden Globes inched closer to legitimacy in its 72nd show.
The Wichita State Shockers beat Loyola on Saturday night to improve to 4-0 in league play.
The Kansas State Wildcats women’s basketball team beat the Kansas Jayhawks at Bramlage Coliseum on Sunday afternoon.
Police say suspect was driving a white pickup with a single red flashing light.
Shops and restaurants on Kansas Avenue hope that the 100 plus lawmakers visiting the capital helps boost winter sales.
Jail booking records show all four suspects are Missouri teenagers.
Attendees should enter the building through the north doors of the Statehouse through the Visitor Center.
The child was taken by ambulance to a hospital early Friday morning, with head, brain and internal injuries.
3,000 people gathered Sunday afternoon for a silent march in remembrance of the victims.
Testing was done by the U.S. EPA, Allen County and Husky Energy for a variety of contaminants.
John Lee, 29, was arrested following a high-speed chase in nearby Washington state after the shootings Saturday.
“What we are doing is completely legitimate, given what they are doing,” he said.
Police used Bathily’s key to mount their assault, killing Coulibaly and freeing 15 hostages.
They were “offering themselves as spouses for IS fighters.”
The governor will deliver his State of the State address Thursday night and offer his spending plan Friday.
The trials began last week within days of each other, competing for jurors, security, headlines and the public’s attention.
Robert Anton Woodring was indicted in 1984 for failing to surrender in 1977.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s two sons are up against his daughter in a dispute over two of his most cherished items.
“His career was dedicated to better understanding Earth and the other planets.”
Jessica Lynn Howell, of O’Fallon, was sentenced after pleading guilty Friday to felony abuse of a child and felony murder.
Opponents will use lower prices to argue that the pipeline now could pose a greater threat to the environment.
Christenson was a recent grad of Seamen High School where he lettered in golf all four years.
A federal judge agreed to look into whether the EEOC’s attempt to settle the case was “sincere and reasonable.”