Top-flight 2016 Republican presidential candidates reckoned with tough questions this week that reared up from their pasts.
A woman hit a jackpot saying she won $8 million. Except the casino said it was a machine malfunction and gave her $80.
A woman has apologized for a massive fire that she accidentally started by her efforts to eradicate bedbugs.
A death sentence for a convicted serial killer who stuffed several of the bodies of his female victims into barrels has been upheld.
A new report says Medicaid and other services will cost Kansas about $47 million more than expected during the next two budget years.
Authorities are investigating the extent of a sexting scandal that led to the forfeiture of the football team’s final game.
The Obama administration rejected a Canadian energy giant’s application to build the Keystone XL pipeline on Friday.
The cop apparently sought a hit man to kill a village administrator he feared would expose him.
Green Bay Metro Firefighters came to the aid of a small dog rescued from a house fire Thursday morning.
McDonald’s in Wichita will begin selling Shocker flags to benefit the Ronald McDonald House.
Pressure continued to mount on NBC to cancel Donald Trump’s guest-host appearance on this weekend’s “Saturday Night Live”.
Hundreds of British tourists stranded in the Egyptian resort of Sharm el-Sheikh waited anxiously Friday for flights home.
James Bond returns to the silver screen this week in “Spectre”.
Hillary Clinton is making her first appearance in an advertisement funded by wealthy Republican donors tied to the Kochs.
What do you call the husband of a U.S. president? First man? First gentleman?