Her heart stopped while undergoing throat surgery Thursday morning.
New evidence of economic growth is heartening and underscores that companies are investing and consumers are spending.
President Barack Obama played down the prospect of imminent U.S. military action in Syria on Thursday.
Tony Stewart will return to Sprint Cup competition Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Florida nursing home investigated after 90-year-old patient is left in the sun for hours.
Critics say Albuquerque, plagued by recent police shootings, is a poor choice to host the NRA’s Police Shooting Championship.
Kansas has received a one-year extension of a waiver that gives it more flexibility in meeting some of the provisions of the federal No Chil…
The U.S. Department of Education sent a letter to the state saying that Oklahoma’s public school standards aren’t sufficiently preparing stu…
Obama says degrading Islamic State militants is going to require a “regional strategy” and assistance from partners in the Middle East.
A Florida man has been arrested, accused of abusing and killing a miniature 12-pound Dachshund.
A federal lawsuit alleges that police in Ferguson and St. Louis County used excessive force and falsely arrested innocent bystanders.
Infant goes on wild ride after family car is taken with him inside.
Hiawatha football prepares for another trip to the postseason in Class 3A.
Texas father accused of gunning down drunk driver who killed his two sons acquitted of murder.
New apps help students manage their schedules and study habits.
Indoor shooting ranges with high-powered weapons have become a popular attraction.
Kansas State University has announced that a health and wellness course will be its first “massive open online course.”
The owner of a Topeka jewelry store appeared in federal court Thursday on charges of knowingly buying stolen jewelry that he melted and sold…
Ground teams resumed searching Thursday for a pilot who went missing after an F-15 fighter jet crashed.
The well-known Oklahoma Joe’s Bar-B-Que restaurant is changing its name to reflect that it has no ties to Oklahoma.
Inadequate regulation of the bait fish trade and carelessness on the part of anglers may be allowing invasive species.
Signups for the new program will run Sept. 2 to Nov. 28.
The Kansas State Board of Education must approve the coalition’s recommendations.