Acting as his own attorney, a man accused of killing and dismembering a French Quarter stripper has helped choose jurors.
Jones named finalist for one of nation’s top track and field honors
Wichita Police shut down 13th St. Monday afternoon in the areas between 119th and 135th Streets.
Now schools are working on budgets for the new year that include a local tax hike.
The 2015 Kansas wheat harvest is running late.
The 16-year-old boy who lost most of his left arm in a shark attack at Oak Island Sunday is in good condition.
Honda is adding more than a million of its most popular vehicles to a growing recall for air bags.
Six-time Grammy Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist Janet Jackson will kick off a 32-city tour on Aug. 31.
Following a KSN investigation, Terry Blum’s defense team was denied motions Monday to change the venue of court proceedings in his case.
Federal prosecutors have rested their case against an Oklahoma man charged with sexually abusing children.
Authorities have identified a couple who were found shot to death in their rural Kansas home last week.
A fire ravaged a 19th-century basilica in western France on Monday.
Jeb Bush launched a Republican presidential bid Monday at a rally near his south Florida home at Miami Dade College.
Officials closed schools and readied shelters along Mexico’s southwestern coast as Hurricane Carlos swirled just offshore.
The owner of Derby Antiques and More, LLC, reimbursed her former clients more than $13,000 on Monday as part of plea negotiations