The week’s biggest news and headlines
Although the four Afghans have long been approved for transfer, the move sparked debate in Washington.
The video shows Janay Palmer crying and being comforted by officers.
Staples Inc. says nearly 1.2 million customer payment cards may have been exposed during a security breach earlier this year.
Ford Motor Co. has agreed to government demands to expand a driver’s side air bag inflator recall to the entire U.S.
It’s the highest award given by the Kansas Association of City and County Management.
The case emerges at a time when polls show growing public support for legal weed.
“They caused a lot of damage, and we will respond,” he said.
Japan’s newspapers, which have the highest daily circulations in the world, are inclined to avoid news that is technologically complex.
The environmentalists’ exploits have been documented on the long-running Animal Planet reality TV series “Whale Wars.”
Congress extends these tax breaks every year or two, usually at the last minute.
How local malls find their Santa.
Several area teams conclude the first portion of the H.S. basketball schedule before Winter Break.
It’s that time of year when the capital city gives to others.
Nate Hill has served in several roles since his career began at 27 KSNT in 1997.
The teen was 17 when he was arrested in January. He is charged with four counts of soliciting first-degree murder.
It won’t recommend a proposed funding mechanism that would tie college budgets to specific performance-based benchmarks.
Accused of trying to kill his family has been delayed until March at the request of the man’s attorney.
“We have always loved him, and we do not want him to be executed.”
The Kansas City Royals announced on Friday their one-year, $11 million deal with veteran outfielder Alex Rios.
On Friday the Kansas City Royals announced the trade of IF Johnny Giavotella to the Los Angeles Angels for P Brian Broderick.
The man was booked into jail on suspicion of multiple counts, including driving under the influence and aggravated battery.
Caramel apples are most popular around Halloween, and the outbreak started just before then, in mid-October.
Urging legislators to study major changes in the pension system for teachers and government workers that include privatizing it.
For billing customers for cellphone text services they didn’t order, under a settlement with federal regulators.