New polls show Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton widening her lead over Republican Donald Trump.
“Suicide Squad” blasts into theaters this week.
The Wichita Police Department will implement traffic control safety measures tonight in Old Town.
A woman is scheduled to be sentenced for attempting to give her daughters Kool-Aid laced with prescription drugs.
The Americans have done a follow-up to their 2012 hit video in which the Olympians lip-synced to “Call Me Maybe.”
The problem came to light in July when Fiat Chrysler recalled more than 323,000 U.S. vehicles to fix the problem.
Amtrak’s CEO says rail service for the Southwest Chief will continue.
President Barack Obama vigorously denied on Thursday that a $400 million cash payment to Iran was ransom.
Douglas working the beam Thursday evening without so much as a wobble.
The IOC approved the entry of 271 Russian athletes for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics on Thursday.
Towering over the 2016 Summer Olympics host city is the Christ the Redeemer statue.
Millions of television viewers from around the world are expected to watch the three-hour ceremony Friday night.
Employers added a healthy 255,000 jobs last month.
The 511 pounds, or 232 kilograms, of cocaine was estimated to have a street value of $23 million.
A father was arrested Friday in the deaths of his 15-month-old twin girls, who were left in a hot car.