Bill Clinton will try to shift the tone of Day 2 of the DNC after a scandal-plagued start.
Lawrence police say a person is in custody in connection for an infant that was found in a trash receptacle on July 7, 2016.
The Ohio State Fair is honoring the 2016 Cleveland Cavaliers NBA Championship with this year’s butter sculpture.
Former South Carolina Rep. Bill Cotty, a champion for public education who helped bring the Confederate flag off the Statehouse dome, has di…
A stunning video shows a lightning bolt striking the Empire State Building during a storm passing through New York City.
Authorities are investigating after a man was killed in a Kansas City parking lot.
In Wichita, hospitals like Via Christi are actively working to get more nurses in their facilities.
General Mills is expanding a flour recall issued over a possible link to an E. coli outbreak after four new illnesses were reported.
Police say a dog died after it was left in a hot car outside a northern Virginia pet store on a day when temperatures in the region hit 100 …
A regional Muslim leader said one of the two attackers — who were killed outside the church — was known to police.
Bill Clinton was once the Democrats explainer-in-chief, electrifying the convention crowd with his support of President Barack Obama.
A Kenyan half-brother of President Barack Obama said Tuesday he supports Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and not the candidate …
At least 85 athletes from the 387-strong Russian Olympic team announced last week have so far been barred from the Rio Games in connection w…
Topeka police say they have arrested two more suspects in the city’s most recent homicide investigation.
She’s also accused of bending the 10-year-old’s finger back, stepping on his bare foot and causing him to fall by moving a chair he was usin…
As Democrats strove to appear unified at their national convention in the face of a political firestorm over hacked emails.
“Because when you have the nuclear codes at your fingertips and the military in your command, you can’t make snap decisions.”
Big, yellow school buses will once again be rolling down the street in a few weeks – but who will be driving them?