The last abortion clinic in the vast, impoverished Rio Grande Valley closed Thursday, along with the sole remaining clinic in the 100-mile stretch between Houston and the Louisiana border.
Wesley Medical Center has a new heart monitor that can help diagnose heart conditions and save lives.
The WSU Alumni Association has provided a mobile app for Shocker fans that allows them to show their Shocker pride around the country.
A northeast Kansas sheriff is alerting the public to a hoax phone call demanding ransom to spare the life of a loved one.
Study finds e-cigarettes are increasingly popular with teens, many of whom use them with tobacco cigarettes as well.
After leading the nation in scoring for the season, Friends University guard Joe Mitchell has been named to the NAIA Division II All-Star team.
Just two months into Colorado’s legalization of recreational marijuana, the state is already learning lessons and feeling the effects.
Baltimore police officer charged with animal cruelty for killing his 7-month-old dog.
John discusses propane deliveries and fickle weather affecting the wheat crop.
Jennifer Campbell, from the Kansas Humane Society, brings “Dena” with her today.
Kentucky church to give away 25 guns and 1,000 free steak dinners.
A Denver District Court judge has declared a mistrial in a serial rape case after the defendant was found dead.
As many as 34,000 students and workers in the Moore school district soon will have access to helmets to protect them during severe weather.
The Wichita State Shockers are already in St. Louis and Thursday afternoon, seven bus loads of fans will join them.
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