The Senate Finance Committee has opened an investigation into Volkswagen’s use of a federal tax credit intended for fuel-efficient cars
ESPN is cutting sponsored DraftKings elements from within its shows but not commercials from the daily fantasy sports site
Relatives of a young Canadian woman found dead in Golden Gate park say she was on her first solo backpacking trip
The Sedgwick County Commission approved $2.8 million in bridge repairs on Wednesday.
Old water lines in Great Bend have been causing problems like pipes bursting and rust in the water because they’re made out of cast iron.
Burger King’s new ‘Halloween Whopper’ with a black bun is having some unusual after-effects.
Katie Rufener, a former Holcomb teacher, is now on paid leave from a school district in Ohio.
Microsoft Corp. on Tuesday unveiled a new laptop, a tablet, three phones.
The former city attorney of Manhattan has been charged with distributing child pornography.
A Michigan fiberglass factory worker won a $310.5 million Powerball jackpot.
Deputy Ric Lindley comforts a baby that was one of the victims in the accident.
A northeast Kansas man accused of causing the 2014 death of a Manhattan bicyclist has been sentenced to 44 days in jail.
An 18-year-old St. Louis man is dead after crawling under a school bus and being run over.
Police Chief Jason Boyd of South Haven is being charged with three felonies.
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