A jury of six men and six women was accepted by both sides on Monday for the trial of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the mother of Michael Jackson against AEG concert promoters.
What would Ryan Lochte do if he became the brunt of a joke? Ignore it. The 28-year-old Olympic gold medalist-turned-reality TV star addressed the ups-and-downs of fame at the E! Network Upfront in New York on Monday.
A weekend news anchorman for a North Dakota television station says he was fired after he opened his first-ever broadcast with obscenities.
Two senators are urging the Obama administration to postpone the furloughing of air traffic controllers, saying the turmoil caused by reduced staffing raises economic and security concerns as well as inconveniencing thousands of travelers.
An exhibit featuring some of the most important papers in U.S. history is on display through May 3 at the Eisenhower Presidential Museum.
Severe storms roll through south central Kansas Monday while snow fell in northwest Kansas.
More parents need to talk with their teens about the dangers of abusing Ritalin, Adderall and other prescription drugs, suggests a new study that finds discouraging trends on kids and drug use.
The National Park Service is offering free bus tours of Topeka sites tied to the Bleeding Kansas era and the civil rights movement.
A Leavenworth woman whose conviction for involuntary manslaughter was overturned pleaded no contest to a lesser charge and was sentenced to time served.
The Hall Family Foundation has donated $2.7 million to support research at the University of Kansas’ Hall Center of Humanities.
A judge has agreed to delay sentencing for a Canadian man who was found in Michigan with a 12-year-old Kansas girl he met on the Internet.
A Kansas judge has ruled that a businessman and the family of a deceased investigator cannot use the investigator’s files on the 1959 Kansas murders that inspired the book “In Cold Blood.”
Here are 10 things to watch for during the three-day 2013 NFL draft.
Robert Bales, the U.S. soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians during a 2012 rampage, is scheduled in court Tuesday for another hearing.
Federal officials say they’re delaying a policy that would allow passengers to carry small knives, bats and other sports equipment onto airliners.