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The Washburn men’s and women’s basketball teams both lost at Northeastern State on Saturday afternoon.
Obama said that the U.S. will stand “shoulder to shoulder” with Japan and called for the immediate release of hostage.
The Kansas City and St. Louis campuses achieved less than half of 1 percent compliance.
A union group is suing American Airlines, claiming supervisors are pressuring mechanics to release planes before they are safe to fly.
Kevin Miller hit his 28-year-old wife, Kelsey Miller, in the head with a baseball bat and shot her three times.
The $30 licenses are valid for three years and may be used only for driving.
Evolving technology and more research is driving the improved products.
The group allows the participation of openly gay boys but continues to prohibit gay and lesbian adults from serving as leaders.
Police were searching two planes at Atlanta’s main airport after authorities received what they described as credible bomb threats.
The Wildcats led from start to finish in a 63-53 victory over Oklahoma State on Saturday.
In a joint statement late Friday, Space X and the Air Force said they reached an agreement.
Birds from the affected flock will not enter the food system.
Samantha McLeod, 24, is accused of killing 49-year-old Ismael Moreno, a father of two.
They were found with only ramen noodles in the home and no working telephone.
Studies have found extraordinarily high suicide and attempted suicide rates among transgender youth.
Caribbean leaders will converge in Washington for the first Caribbean Energy Security Summit.
The recall is expected to begin Feb. 24.
One person was treated at the scene for minor smoke inhalation and released.
Two women were shot to death and six people were wounded early Saturday at a house party in Omaha.
U.S. District Callie V.S. Granade on Friday said Alabama’s ban was unconstitutional.
Supporters argue the mid-level practitioners could cut costs, but opponents charge the idea would endanger patients.