President Obama’s arrival Sunday afternoon was eagerly anticipated in the capital, where workers were cleaning up Old Havana.
Sen. Mitch McConnell signaled no retreat or surrender from his firm stand to keep the court short-handed through at least January.
Highway 54 was temporarily shut down in El Dorado after a crash that left five people injured.
Based on past federal settlements against GM and Toyota, Volkswagen could face hefty fines.
In Phoenix, protesters blocked the main road into his outdoor rally for several hours before it started.
Eboni Fingal entered a guilty plea to involuntary manslaughter and robbery in the shooting death of Rayan Ibrahim Baba.
Republican lawmakers argue they may never be able to meet the Kansas Supreme Court’s demands for fairness in education funding.
Bradley Struble, an escapee from the Winfield Correctional Facility, has been recaptured in Arkansas City.
The Jayhawks (32-4) advanced to the South Region semifinals on Thursday in Louisville.
Some Sedgwick County lawmakers got together in Andover Saturday and held a public forum. The discussion got quite heated at times.
The Wichita State Shockers staged a big-time comeback against Miami Saturday afternoon.
Two communities came together Saturday to support the victims of the Hesston shooting this past February.
Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders on Saturday vowed to keep immigrant families together during a visit to Arizona.
Prosecutors accused FedEx of conspiring to ship sleep aids and other drugs to customers it knew lacked valid prescriptions.
Four people including a child were taken to a hospital Saturday after a concourse train at Denver International Airport malfunctioned.