The study conducted by WalletHub used 20 metrics to rank states, including per capita assaults and rate of natural disasters.
A lion killed an American woman and injured a man driving through a private wildlife park in Johannesburg on Monday.
Undercover agents were able to smuggle prohibited items through TSA checkpoints in 67 out of 70 attempts.
Over 400 people are still missing on the Yangtze River after a cruise ship overturned.
Haley Drown of Leawood, Kansas, died on Sunday. She was a freshman at the university.
North Charleston Police have made an arrest in the animal cruelty case that has been spread worldwide.
A cruise ship on China’s Yangtze River sank overnight June 2, 2015 with 458 people aboard after being caught in a cyclone.
According to legislative researchers, only one session was longer.
A girl who was reported missing from the Kansas foster care system in 2012 has died after a shooting.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is investigating a monkey breeding facility in southwest Florida.
Two Wichita women, along with their recovery dogs, went to Texas to volunteer their services after the deadly storms.
KSN reached out to more than a dozen state agencies to discuss what furloughs would mean.
A proposal to levy a state fee on health care providers that is key to several tax plans remains deadlocked between negotiators.
The California Senate has approved a plan to again raise California’s minimum wage.
Cities use zoning ordinances to limit gun sales or impose special taxes on firearms under a bill legislators have approved.