The measures tend to take one of two forms: new rules on the use of public property (as Fort Lauderdale has done) and new food-safety regula…
The Silver Eagles were organized in 1972 to demonstrate the capabilities of Army Aviation and to stimulate public interest in the modern Arm…
They say the pumpkin’s black plastic straps appear to be embedded in the deer’s head.
Peters is being held on $7 million bond.
They told LaGuire only to feed their son breast milk or formula and never to allow him to sleep on his back.
Dick posted bail early Saturday morning.
“Based on the recent incidents involving potpourri necessitating a medical response, it appears the potpourri being sold on the streets of S…
A natural gas leak caused the February 2013 explosion that killed server Megan Cramer.
The parade featured high school marching bands, floats and more than 2,500 veterans marching along the parade route.
It’s only for women over 30, who must be off the road by 8 p.m. and cannot wear makeup behind the wheel.
LaCourse’s body was recovered Thursday.
He’d plan to reveal his identity in a Fox News interview next week, but word leaked out early.
Whitehouse congratulated Lynch on her nomination.
“Today’s decision by the Tenth Circuit means that the federal District Court’s preliminary injunction remains the controlling authority in t…
The Kansas Sheriff’s Association handed out awards in Dodge City and a local lawman took home a high honor.
The cause of the fire was determined to be within an outside gasoline generator next to the house.
The horse reportedly fell through the pool cover and into the pool which was up to 10 feet in depth.
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Bae and Miller were the last Americans held by North Korea following the release last month of Jeffrey Fowle.
Meth lab seizures peaked nationally in 2004, when nearly 24,000 labs were seized.
On Friday, an underground website calling itself Silk Road 3.0 Reloaded claimed to be open for business on the TOR network.
The 5-year-old girl wasn’t hurt in the frightening experience.
Tearful family members said the arrest brought them some peace but left many questions.
Judge Janice Stewart on Friday ordered Francisco Aguirre to be released while he’s awaiting the start of his trial on Jan. 13.
The biggest question now appears to be one of timing.