Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 6.39 million vehicles globally for a variety of problems spanning nearly 30 models in Japan, the U.S., Europe and other places.
Voters in southwest Kansas have passed two ballot measures advancing a $127 million school district bond issue.
A 16-year-old armed with two knives went on a stabbing and slashing spree at a high school near Pittsburgh on Wednesday, leaving as many as 20 people injured.
Keith is wanted by the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office for A PROBATION VIOLATION FOR ROBBERY AND AGGRAVATED ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY.
About 100 parents chimed in at a public forum on proposed school boundary changes at USD 385 Tuesday night.
An alarming lapse in Internet security has exposed millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive bits of information to potential theft by computer hackers who may have been secretly exploiting the problem before its discovery.
It was deja vu for Husky fans Tuesday night as the women added a national championship trophy to match the one the men’s team won Monday night.
A Marine posted at the main gate of a North Carolina base shot and killed a colleague inside a guard shack Tuesday, a military spokesman said.
Texas woman found guilty of murdering boyfriend using high-heel.
Mickey Rooney signed his last will just weeks before death, leaving a modest estate to a stepson who had been his caretaker, but the actor had no intention of ending his Hollywood career anytime soon, his attorney said Tuesday.
Authorities say a barge capsized on the Mississippi River in northeast Arkansas and that two people who fell into the water are missing.
Ohio Republicans have tabled an attempt by Democrats to scrap a change made to a state budget bill clarifying that college athletes are not employees under state law.
An Arizona woman was convicted of first-degree murder Tuesday for bludgeoning her husband to death with a hammer.
A former school board president from western Kansas has received a suspended sentence on drug charges.
Gov. Sam Brownback has signed a bill that he says will save Kansas employers about $42 million by adjusting their payments to the fund that pays benefits to unemployed workers.