Thousands of people have lined New York’s Fifth Avenue to cheer the annual Columbus Day parade.
The Hays Police Department received two separate reports of multiple sexual assaults that had occurred over the last nine months.
Zimbabwe is no longer pressing for the extradition of James Walter Palmer, an American dentist who killed Cecil.
A new type of heart stent that works like dissolving stitches passed its first major test in a large study.
Two New Mexico special education teachers are on paid leave for tying rope around student’s waist.
Joplin is beginning to get reimbursed for debris removal stemming from a massive 2011 tornado.
Wichita police have identified a woman struck by a vehicle on the side of Interstate 135 in southern Wichita.
A judge has ruled that a 16-year-old Oklahoma boy will stand trial as an adult in the stabbing deaths of his parents.
Students are returning to class at the Oregon community college where a gunman killed nine people and wounded nine others.
Officials say no court order will be needed in the future to process birth certificate applications of children from same-sex couples.
A Democratic lawmaker from Topeka says he will step down from the Kansas House at the end of October.
Authorities reopened a key southbound stretch of Interstate 95 through South Carolina on Monday.
Southwest Airlines said early Monday that it had fixed technology problems that delayed hundreds of flights on Sunday.
The driver of the truck, a 20-year-old man from McPherson, did not survive the accident.
Hillary Clinton installed staff on the ground in Nevada six months ago, and she now has 22 paid operatives in the state.