On Saturday, the Kansas City Royals announced the signing of right-handed pitcher Chris Young.
This year’s Iditarod includes 78 mushers, including six former champions and 20 rookies.
On Bloody Sunday hundreds of protesters were met with violence during what’s been described as “the last revolution.”
Here’s what happened this week!
Family members identified him to local media as Tony Robinson.
Q: Why didn’t Tsarnaev’s lawyers convince him to change his plea to guilty if the defense acknowledges he did it?
Community solar gardens first took root in Colorado. The model is now spreading to several other states.
They say Kobach is making it harder for people to vote.
Her death was confirmed Feb. 10 by her family and U.S. officials.
You may have lost a bit of sleep, but in the months ahead you’ll gain an extra hour of sunlight.
“These exonerations, 30 and 40 years later, show how improved our criminal justice system has become.
Thousands of people attend the annual observance of the anniversary, and organizers expect an even larger crowd this year.
Day followed his girlfriend’s car and crashed into it on July 3, 2013, before firing a gunshot into the vehicle.
Police say the woman later admitted hitting the victims with a plastic rod.
High school basketball teams continued sub-state playoffs. See which squads advanced to the next round.
The dangers of sports and how athletic departments are stepping in.
The NAIA wrestling national championships are underway in Topeka for the second straight year.
A look at the job sectors with greatest demand.
Juror was only one to vote against death for Jodie Arias
Police still have no leads on attacker
Next phase begins in April.
Police warn they’ll be out in force watching for intoxicated party-goers.
Although recent signs of job growth are encouraging to some, many who are still looking for work are down-right frustrated.
Friday’s visit was a part of KSNT’s “Kids Learning About Weather” program.
Dwight Yoakam became one of the most respected artists of the country genre by refusing to stick to the rules of the genre.