The last time Powerball grew nearly so large was February 2014.
Proponents of strong voter ID laws say they’re designed to combat voter fraud.
A bill closing most of a projected $344 million shortfall in the state’s current budget.
Turned himself into the Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office.
Was killed in an American drone strike on Monday.
The White House also issued a statement confirming her death.
The number of available jobs posted by U.S. employers rose in December to the highest level in 14 years.
First court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 18.
The fire was reported Tuesday morning at the Wilshire Apartments in Liberty, about 20 miles north of Kansas City.
Lawrence police say a shooting near the University of Kansas campus was the result of an attempted robbery.
Ohio police say 11-year-old girl beat infant to death while mother slept nearby.
A state-court lawsuit is still pending against special regulations for providers enacted in 2011.
The victim told police that the attack happened as she was delivering a pizza at a residence.
Harvesters goal is to feed the hungry today and end hunger tomorrow.
Has approved President Barack Obama’s choice of Ashton Carter as the next secretary of defense.
Apparently people are still coming out of the woodwork to participate.
He was caught urinating in an empty reservoir that supplies drinking water for the San Francisco Bay Area.
“We owe the families a full accounting.”
Charged with abduction with intent to defile in the case of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Thousands of angry Boston commuters stranded by a transit shutdown scrambled to find other ways to get to work.
Pushing labor costs down 16 percent.
Alabama the 37th state where same-sex can legally wed.
All four workshops will highlight opportunities and challenges women face in farming.
Sony and Marvel/Disney are finally bringing Spider-Man and the Avengers back together.
The Seaman school board is united in opposing combining spring and fall elections.