Normal people cope with the hardships of living in a world populated by super heroes and villains in the new comedy “Powerless”.
A Portland, Oregon woman and her pet snake are okay after a frightening ordeal.
The coonhound puppy suffered some minor neck swelling but was otherwise uninjured.
Education doesn’t take a backseat to treatment at St. Jude. Versatile teachers make sure patients don’t fall behind on their classwork.
Ford County Sheriff Bill Carr says a police chase damaged property at the Dodge City airport before two people were arrested.
Officials announced in a statement Thursday morning that they had secured the building at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center.
Only a fraction of the audience had stuck around when singer-rapper Lauryn Hill took the stage in Pittsburgh three hours late.
President Donald Trump said Thursday his administration has put Iran “on notice”.
Matthew McConaughey says it’s time for Hollywood to “embrace and shake hands” with the fact that Donald Trump is president.
Some varieties of Skoal, Copenhagen, Cope and Husky brand smokeless tobacco are being voluntarily recalled.
Punxsutawney Phil has “predicted” six more weeks of winter after seeing his shadow at dawn Thursday.
The City of Wichita has long battled a problem with abandoned homes and what to do with them.
Safety, innovation and quality make Houston-based Sport Star’s products an NFL favorite.
The Kansas Jayhawks are now all alone atop the Big 12 standings after holding off Baylor at home.
Wichita State gets Gregg Marshall his 250th win as the Shockers head coach with a victory over Drake in Des Moines.