Floodwater was starting to recede at some water-logged Midwestern communities Thursday, but hundreds of homes were damaged.
Laws taking effect at the start of the new year show states diverging on some hot-button issues. Here’s a rundown.
Emporia State closed out 2015 with a 74-68 win over Rockhurst on New Year’s Eve in White Auditorium.
KHP says they suspect a drunk driver was involved in two-car accident that happened at the I-70 and I-470 west junction near Wanamaker.
Police in Munich warned of the “serious, imminent threat” of a terror attack on New Year’s Eve and asked people to stay away from the city’s…
The payments come after the EPA documented 19 sewer overflows between 2010 and 2015.
The mother told police she heard footsteps approaching quickly, so she fired a single shot. She then discovered the person was her 27-year-o…
A 2-year-old cancer survivor with an amputated arm is getting a special gift: A kitten that also suffered an amputation.
A pay survey conducted last year revealed 84 percent of Shawnee County employees make less than those in similar positions in other counties…
A massive fire broke out on Dec. 31 in a residential building, which also contains the Address Downtown Hotel, in Dubai, United Arab Emirate…
A woman injured in a fatal crash involving Caitlyn Jenner has settled her lawsuit against the reality TV star.
Dinosaurs, Jedi and superheroes dominated the 2015 box office year, now the highest ever recorded, with over $11 billion in ticket sales.
It takes more than “Star Wars” to make an $11 billion year.
U.S. drivers saved a bunch of money on gasoline this past year, as Saudi Arabia and other OPEC members kept the pumps going in the face of l…
Stepped down with less than five weeks before voters in Iowa begin the nominating process with the state’s Feb. 1 caucuses.
“These women have been fighting this battle, off and on, for over 50 years now.”
Republican candidates Donald Trump and Jeb Bush have announced big changes to the role TV ads have played in their campaigns.
President Barack Obama is expected to take executive action next week to expand when background checks are conducted on gun sales.