CORAL GABLES, Fla. (AP) — The NCAA’s enforcement staff has agreed to strike at least some of former Miami quarterback Kyle Wright’s testimony from its case against the Hurricanes, a person with knowledge of the move told The
A community looks back on how far they’ve come after a devastating tornado ripped through southeast Wichita destroying mobile homes nearly a year ago.
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — The third round of the Masters begins Saturday and here are five things you should keep an eye on:
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Guan Tianlang had to sweat it out, but the 14-year-old
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Tiger Woods knew this day should’ve turned out so much better.
He was cruising toward the end of the second round at the Masters on Friday, tied for a share of the lead and
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — New York Jets backup quarterback Tim Tebow plans to report for offseason workouts Monday with a “great attitude.”
Speaking at his annual charity event in his hometown Friday night, Tebow offered little
A gay man who was arrested after he refused to leave his partner’s side at a Kansas City hospital says it was discrimination, but the hospital says he was causing a disturbance.
Father Emil Kapaun was honored again Friday just a day after posthumously receiving the Medal of Honor.
A Kansas fourth-grader says she thought she was going to die before her teacher saved her from choking on a mint.
Officials say two women have been shot and a suspect is in custody following a shooting at a community college section of a Virginia mall.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Just days removed from the start of fall practice in 2011-12, Rick Majerus needed an assistant coach — fast.
Jim Crews had 24 hours to decide.
“He said, ‘I think we’re going to win
The southeast area of Wichita was hit by a tornado in April of 2012.
As the world waits and watches for an expected North Korean ballistic missile test, the U.S. and its allies are prepared to respond. U.S. officials are conceding that North Korea may be increasing its nuclear capabilities, but they
A federal judge has refused to shorten the sentence of a former University of Kansas athletics consultant caught up in a $2 million ticket scalping conspiracy.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — What happens in Vegas shouldn’t necessarily stay in Vegas, the Rhode Island Supreme Court said Friday as it ruled a Providence man who called a friend from Sin City to borrow $8,500 for gambling
Secretary of State John Kerry visits Seoul as North Korea threatens missile launch.