A woman in Blount County, Tennessee received $277,565.44 after she was fired for drinking orange juice to deal with her diabetic condition.
Samsung says new Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will be available in U.S. stores starting Wednesday to replace the devices that were recalled.
The vending machine is available 24/7 for customers to get their pizza fix.
A school cafeteria worker has quit over what she considers a “lunch shaming” policy in one district.
Michigan football teams surprise mother battling advanced cancer when her special needs son takes the field and scores a touchdown.
KSN wants to know what features are most important to you when choosing a smartphone or tablet.
Apple’s iPhone 7 goes on sale just as it’s main rival, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, is pulled from the market.
Miss Kansas 2016 Kendall Schoenekase appears on KSN News at Noon to talk about the upcoming Wichita Wagonmasters Downtown Chili Cookoff.
A New York City museum is offering visitors a chance to sit on a golden throne, but only in private.
A trio of teenagers nailed a few Metallica covers last weekend, and the internet approves.
Cell phone video shows a frightening fight over a handicapped parking space in a Fairfield, California Walmart parking lot.
New Jersey teacher thought the student was playing with a candy wrapper when she found the drugs.
Two people are in jail after deputies say they made false reports about seeing threatening people dressed as clowns in the area.
Texas man describes fighting back against the crocodile that chomped down on his head in a Mexican lagoon.
A woman who sued Target after being stuck in the hand by a syringe has been awarded $4.6 million.