The Alabama Board of Education has voted to keep a controversial disclaimer in textbooks.
One of the guns that found at the hideout of “El Chapo” is associated with Fast and Furious.
A good Samaritan in Washington state is speaking about his recent moment of heroism when he saved two young children from a burning car.
The state of Ohio can try again to put to death a condemned killer whose 2009 botched execution was called off after two hours.
The Kansas Senate Ways and Means Committee’s chairman says he hopes a school funding bill will clear by the end of next week.
A senator is suggesting that Kansas move to consolidate public school districts as it works to make education funding fairer.
College basketball fans thought picking the bracket was tough last season. Wait til this NCAA Tournament really gets going.
A man has been charged in a shootout with Fort Worth police that left his fugitive father dead and an officer injured.
President Barack Obama has made his final NCAA Tournament call in office: Rock Chalk, champions.
Two house fires kept crews busy Wednesday morning.
A woman who says she was hurt when her toilet exploded in 2014 is suing Baltimore officials and two city contractors.
The Republican presidential debate scheduled for Monday in Salt Lake City has been canceled.
Lawmakers approved a proposal allowing faith-based groups on college campuses to restrict their membership to like-minded people.
Shawnee County court records show that the charges were filed Tuesday against 22-year-old Jesse Robert Bubke.
Wichita police are looking for a man wanted in connection with a homicide earlier this month.