“You guys have anything to drink tonight?” the trooper asks the driver. As the driver answers, squealing brakes can be heard.
A growing number of Republicans joined Democratic leaders Thursday in calling for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to step aside .
U.S. District Judge Eric Melgren set a hearing for Tuesday in federal court on the motion filed by The Wichita Eagle.
President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters he did not know anything about the meetings last year.
A bridge deck pour will require the closure of West Street under Kellogg from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m.
No more 24-hour news channels. That’s the new policy at a Pennsylvania gym after political discourse turned threatening.
A wonderful little boy only sees one difference between him and his best friend – their hair.
Baby jackets sold at Dillard’s around the country are under a recall due to a choking hazard.
Ben Carson won Senate confirmation Thursday to join Trump’s Cabinet as housing secretary.
Great Bend Police arrested a suspect accused of vandalizing the Yoga Central studio on 10th Street back in February.
The judge who presided over Casey Anthony’s murder trial says the Florida mother may have killed her 2-year-old daughter by accident.
The company behind Snapchat is trading sharply higher in its Wall Street debut.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hand down its decision on school funding lawsuit filed in 2010 by four school districts.
In a statement Wednesday, the film academy extended “our deepest apologies” to producer Jan Chapman, whose photo was used.
President Donald Trump’s first major address to the Congress and the nation was seen by an estimated 47.4 million people.