The Kansas City Chiefs appear to get a bit of a breather with a visit to the winless Oakland Raiders.
The indictment alleged the employee stole Hydrocodone and Tramadol being delivered by mail.
The program begins with the 2015 harvest season, but the company already has begun signing up farmers.
Discussions would continue with Congress on updating the legal basis for the U.S. intervention.
The capture resulted from information obtained from a Crime Stoppers tip.
Taking a cholesterol-lowering drug for five years in middle age can lower heart and death risks for decades afterward.
A hateful message posted on a sign in Minden, Nebraska has sparked controversy in the tiny town.
The plan is to create a guidebook using federal grant money that will highlight tribal sites along the 2,400-mile route.
Over possible hazards as the holiday shopping season gets underway.
In the video, recorded in August, Maynard calls on more states to enact legislation allowing terminally ill people to end life on their own …
Snow pummeled some areas up North with as much as 6 feet of accumulation.
Students walk out, NAACP demands action in wake of racist joke allegedly re-tweeted by Virginia assistant principal.
Another man was injured in an accident involving two vehicles and a combine in north-central Kansas.
NASCAR driver Kurt Busch has met with Delaware police investigating an allegation by his ex-girlfriend that he assaulted her.
HealthCare.gov is working better, but immigrants are running into what looks like an obvious slip-up.
Even as the state attorney general asked the U.S. Supreme Court to step in and block the unions.
Former Kansas City Royals 1B/DH Billy Butler has agreed to a 3-year, $30 million deal with the Oakland Athletics.
The federal government says the Osawatomie State Hospital has three weeks to fix problems or it will no longer be eligible for Medicare paym…
One of the men accused of alcohol-related violations in connection with the fatal fall of an Arizona State University student has been sente…
Trapping people on highways and in homes, and another storm expected to drop 2 to 3 feet more was on its way.
After finding that the company retaliated against a pregnant manager, eventually demoting and firing her.
Obama says less than 40 percent of public schools have high-speed Internet in their classrooms.
Colorado man somehow survives rare “internal decapitation” after being thrown from vehicle in terrible crash.
Volunteer prison inmate help might be returning to the Hutchinson Animal Shelter.
Glory Days Pizza is holding a fundrasier Wednesday and Thursday in honor of Lacie Atchison.
Attorneys are arguing a family’s lawsuit claiming the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance in schools is discriminatory.
Wrap up a dog harness that holds any durable, wearable camera and watch Frisbee fetch, lazy lap naps and every memory in between come alive.
It all hinges on Katniss, the unwitting face and spirit of the movement.
Sentenced to more than 11 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to possessing 80 pounds of methamphetamine with the intent to distri…
Sentenced to life in federal prison without parole for his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy that led to one man’s death.
Sentenced to 27 years in federal prison in a case in which three people were killed during a home invasion in Independence.
The recall covers 2011 through 2013 Jettas and 2012 through 2013 Beetles.
A 19-year-old Wichita man is charged with involuntary manslaughter and other crimes after a street race killed another driver.
State and McPherson County authorities are investigating the suspicious death of a man whose body was found in a ditch near Galva.
The Salvation Army and Scotch Cleaners want people in need of warm clothes to come pick out a new coat.
Even hardened Buffalo residents were caught off-guard Tuesday as more than 5 feet fell in parts of the city by early Wednesday.
Veterans and family members will be given the opportunity to ask questions.
The state’s aviation office is considering whether to allow qualified seaplanes to use state lakes that are managed by the U.S. Corps of Arm…