The latest video purports to show the beheading by the Islamic State group of British aid worker David Haines.
The Kansas State Wildcats volleyball team won the Saluki Invitiational Tournament on Saturday afternoon.
Breweries seeking to grow are placing a greater value on quality assurance as the industry gains market share.
The ban joins growing pushback and legislative efforts in other states aimed at protecting electronic privacy.
Patients are told that violators will be discharged and considered to have left against medical advice.
For a local chapter of Day by Day, leaders are hoping a birdhouse can serve as more than just a tool in the healing process for grieving par…
McClure was convicted Friday of aggravated assault, child endangerment and other charges.
The Navy said Saturday that it presumes the pilot is dead after failing to find him during a 36-hour search.
There was a 21 gun salute, Taps was played, and the final radio call was announced.
We’re oddballs. Most other countries don’t mind letting unwashed eggs sit next to bread or onions.
State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan says authorities are talking to hundreds of people, including a man who was identified earlier as a “…
Waters was fired July 24 after a university investigation concluded he knew about but didn’t stop a “sexualized culture.”
Crews arrived minutes after receiving reports Friday evening saying the girl had gone over the edge at Rocky Butte.
A couple of good Samaritans in Daytona Beach, Florida who took a Navy SEAL in need under their wing Labor Day weekend, recently found out th…
A Newton, Texas mother says her 7th grader came home with welts and a bruise after being paddled at school.
The South Carolina man accused of killing his five kids waved his right to appear in court on Friday.
An argument began between a family member of one of those students and the driver of the bus.
Jurors convicted Smith in a September 2012 incident in Cloverdale in which he allegedly punched a man in the face.
Police responding to a 911 call from the man’s friend found the victim partly inside a 4,100-volt electrical box.
He says medical staff ignored a serious injury for a diabetic and waited a month last summer before taking him to a hospital.
“It was really exciting. It felt really good. I couldn’t stop smiling,” Scarlett said.
Peterson was processed at the Montgomery County jail and released on $15,000 bond.
He identified the dead lawman as Cpl. Bryon Dickson.