A former world champion boxer was arrested in Florida on a felony theft and bad check warrant stemming from unpaid IOUs at a Las Vegas Strip casino.
The price of oil jumped more than $2 a barrel Monday as Russia’s military advance into Ukraine raised fears of economic sanctions against one of the world’s major energy producers.
What is public and what stays private when it comes to cops and search warrants? The State of Kansas could dramatically increase public access if it passes House Bill 2555 into law.
Late Saturday night two men were walking down Second Street in Liberal when they were hit and killed by an oncoming car.
Liam Neeson has grounded “The Lego Movie.” The action star’s airliner thriller “Non-Stop” arrived in first place at the weekend box office, effectively ending the Warner Bros.
A farmer in central Minnesota has created a towering tribute to winter’s excess.
Two classic cars swallowed by a sinkhole beneath the National Corvette Museum in Kentucky have re-emerged.
Authorities in central Kansas say a 20-year-old man survived a crash on an icy highway, only to have his car and his possessions stolen from the accident scene.
A Philadelphia television news reporter covering the aftermath of a snowstorm in New Jersey has gotten pelted by snow from a passing plow.
The harsh winter has been rough for some businesses, but for a lucky few, the frigid weather means more cold, hard cash.
Rising tensions over Russia’s military advance into Ukraine pushed stock markets around the world sharply lower on Monday.
Powerful new painkiller Zohydro hits the market this month, but critics are fighting to get the FDA to reverse its approval of the drug.
A gay rights advocacy group said Monday that it is pushing for gay people to be allowed to march “openly and honestly” in Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade, but an agreement has not been reached with parade organizers.
A Florida teenager’s Facebook post has cost her father an $80,000 legal settlement.
Eleven U.S. children forced to sleep in cages by their adoptive parents reached a $2 million settlement with an Ohio county where three of them lived before they were placed in the home outfitted with wire and wood enclosures.