The Justice Department investigation will look into whether the officers willfully violated Sterling’s civil rights.
The Kansas Supreme Court is turning its attention to whether the state is spending enough money overall on its schools.
Two women are suing Kansas State University for refusing to investigate complaints that they were raped off-campus.
President Barack Obama said Wednesday the U.S. will leave 8,400 troops in Afghanistan .
A federal appeals court says shareholders failed to show that Spirit AeroSystems lied about three manufacturing contracts.
Construction crews discovered active migratory bird nests under the bridge.
A life-size recreation of Noah’s Ark is finally open for visitors in Williamstown, Kentucky.
Angry House Republicans are announcing plans to investigate FBI Director James Comey’s decision.
McDonald’s plans to offer the sandwiches around the clock after testing the addition of the sandwich to its all-day breakfast menu.
More than 500,000 hoverboards have been recalled nationwide due to a risk of overheating and exploding.
A Leavenworth woman is charged with premeditated first-degree murder in the death of her 85-year-old mother.
An online video that surfaced purporting to show the killing of Alton Sterling, 37, of Baton Rouge on Tuesday.
A 14-month-old boy barely fits on his dad’s drum set, but wait until you see him play it.
Authorities are continuing to investigate a 30-person brawl at a western New York Wal-Mart that led to four arrests.
Severe storms that rolled through Kansas early Wednesday morning caused power pole and tree damage in the city of McPherson.