University of South Carolina student suspended after photo appearing to show her writing racial slur goes viral.
Ken Evans with the City of Wichita says preliminary damage to infrastructure is estimated at $300,000.
It broke out before 11 a.m in the 1700 block of South Christopher Circle.
Kroger spokeswoman Kristal Howard says the grocer has pulled items produced at the Oklahoma plant.
Police say an inebriated Barrientos-Hinojosa had his 13-year-old son take him to buy beer at the gas station.
A new study finds that some breast milk available for purchase online may be harmful to babies.
The goal is to make the campaign more about voters and less about Clinton herself.
The Twilight Theater will reopen about 25 years after it closed and eight years after a tornado destroyed most of Greensburg.
A dog who had been living in New York state shelters for five years has a new home after a picture of him was shared on social media.
Emergency crews responded to a bus accident Monday morning. It happened on the eastbound Kellogg and the I-135 northbound exit.
A flying, buzzing harbinger of spring briefly upstaged President Barack Obama at the annual White House Easter egg roll Monday.
The National Weather Service in Norman says severe storms and a threat of tornados are possible across portions of the central U.S.
Westar Energy’s storm restoration effort in Wichita and surrounding areas is entering its final phase.
The jury was expected to begin deliberating as early as Monday afternoon in the case against Tsarnaev.
Rolling Stone’s “shock narrative” about sex assaults at the University of Virginia was rife with bad journalism.