A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were …
the storm chased more people out of their homes Friday after dumping heavy rain on Louisiana.
A 22-year-old man whose case divided his hometown has been sentenced to more than 27 years in prison for raping two women.
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Tax collections are running more than 7 percent ahead of the previous fiscal year’s collections.
A judge on Friday threw out involuntary manslaughter and felony aggravated assault counts against members of a Penn State fraternity
Andover crews battled a fire at the Butler County Community College 5000 building on Friday morning.
Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer and Attorney General Derek Schmidt today issued the following statement regarding increases.
The latest prostitution sting happened Thursday afternoon and evening along the Broadway corridor. Nine arrests were made.
A rare yellow lobster has made its debut at the New England Aquarium, posing for a photo op with fellow oddly colored crustaceans.
Kansas State University fans will notice a few major changes when they arrive at Bill Snyder Family Stadium for Saturday’s gameday.
The chemicals that exploded at a Texas plant are so unstable that they must be kept cool or they can ignite a runaway scenario.
Pope Francis says that when he was 42 he had sessions weekly with a psychoanalyst who was female and Jewish to “clarify some things.”
The national average for a gallon of regular gas rose in one day from $2.45 Thursday to $2.52 Friday.
Irma was named as a tropical storm on Wednesday and by Thursday afternoon it had strengthened into a large Category 3 hurricane.