A Utah woman accused of using a pound of bacon to start a fire in her ex-boyfriend’s house will stand trial on arson charges.
Nine-year-old girl fatally shoots firearms instructor while firing fully-automatic Uzi.
The incident happened shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday.
It’s no secret technology is changing our television-viewing habits.
The panel’s findings stem from 19 days of trial on compensation for gas producers and owners of land surrounding the company’s underground g…
Oregon investigators work to find out how four family members drowned in lake.
An Air Force fighter jet based in Massachusetts crashed in the mountains of western Virginia on Wednesday.
The Army says has identified the soldier who barricaded herself in a building at a Virginia base and then fatally shot herself
A funeral for the baby will be held Friday in Derby.
Young people aren’t the only ones who get back-to-school blues.
Police say this argument escalated and the man reportedly brandished a knife, attempted to choke the victim as well as pull her hair.
A Manhattan woman says her home was entered and items were removed by an unknown subject.
Riley County Police and emergency crew responded to a single vehicle collision Tuesday morning.
Israel’s prime minister declared victory Wednesday in the recent war against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Nixon says he’ll replace Jerry Lee, who is retiring after almost three years as director.
A U.S. journalist speaking publicly for the first time since his release from a Syrian extremist group.
A Shawnee woman went before the State Election Board on Wednesday because she had no birth certificate.
The hearing for 43-year-old Army Sgt. Hasan K. Akbar is scheduled for Nov. 18 in Washington.
In the aftermath of the police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, some police departments are renewing efforts to reach out to black communitie…
Kansas City police say the man, who they described as emotionally disturbed, stole the cruiser about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday.
He is perhaps best known as the attorney who filed a lawsuit in 1968 for then-Tennessee State University instructor Rita Geier
Insurers can no longer reject customers with expensive medical conditions thanks to the health care overhaul.
Kris Kobach calls Schodorf’s move a political stunt.