A grim President Barack Obama says the U.S. has “become numb” to mass shootings like Thursday’s incident in Oregon.
Officials are expected to begin removing the names of more than 31,000 prospective voters from their registration records Friday
The Vatican issued a statement Friday clarifying the circumstances of Pope Francis’ Sept. 24 encounter with Davis.
The U.S. Geological Survey says the Equus Beds aquifer is recovering thanks to Wichita’s water conservation efforts.
At least nine people were killed by the gunman and one witness said the attacker demanded to know students’ religion.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter declined to discuss the problem when asked about it this week.
Sheriff John Hanlin spoke out against state and federal gun-control legislation last year.
Opening statements began Wednesday in the trial of two police officers shot by a gun they say was bought by a straw buyer in Wisconsin.
Virginia has executed a convicted serial who claimed he was intellectually disabled.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio took the stand to determine whether he should be held in contempt for his signature immigration patrols.
Health insurers will lose about $2.5 billion because patients covered through Obama’s health law were sicker than expected.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office is investigating what they report was a projectile fired at a deputy’s vehicle.
There were 96 schools picked and one Kansas community college made the cut.
Wednesday’s standoff in south Wichita showed that the apartment building where the incident happened was run down.
Kansas health officials say nine lakes in the state are under warnings because of toxic algae blooms.