City reports less than 80 homicides for the year.
Shifting careers after 17 years delivering sports and news.
People all over the globe are observing the new year with celebrations and somber gatherings.
Shortfall compounds budget woes.
The Washburn Ichabods picked up wins at home on New Year’s Eve at Lee Arena.
The Wildcats struggled in the first half and couldn’t recover at home against Georgia.
Plan to fill it with new office and aviation tenants.
It’s the deadliest time of the year for drunk driving.
Authorities say they’re investigating the death of a 3-month-old baby at a licensed day care in eastern Nebraska.
Thirty-five people have been killed in a stampede during New Year’s celebrations in downtown Shangha.
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The son of Edward Herrmann says the “Gilmore Girls” star and Tony Award-winner has died.
U.S. District Court Judge George O’Toole Jr. issued his denials Wednesday and said explanations will be issued later in the day.
Described as the Canadian city’s worst mass shooting.
A report from the Missouri Department of Transportation says tolls could pay for much-needed repairs to Interstate 70.
Signed up for health care coverage through the federally run exchange in the first month of open enrollment.
Starting Thursday, the movie will also be available on PlayStation Network.
Both the state’s attorneys and lawyers challenging ban want to expedite the case.
Take a look back at the stories that defined 2014.
Hasbro is says it will replace the offending implement with a different tool.
Tech guru PC Mike Wendland rounds up his favorite apps of 2014.
A decision that deals a major blow to the governor’s signature achievement just days before she leaves office.
Despite the blockbuster success of “Guardians of the Galaxy”, Hollywood still saw a decline in ticket sales in 2014. Will 2015 be different?
Kansas City is poised to finish 2014 with its lowest number of homicides in nearly five decades.
Detectives are now investigating and police ask anyone with information to come forward.