School officials remember Dylon Pavlus-Newill as a star athlete and dedicated student, who brought spirit to the community.
Two former Tampa police detectives turned themselves in to face tax fraud charges.
A suburban Kansas City man faces federal charges in an Overland Park bank robbery.
A sheriff is enlisting the help of drug dealers in his fight to rid a rural eastern Arizona county of narcotics.
Despite its higher price, organic food is growing in popularity.
An unmanned Army surveillance blimp broke loose from its ground tether at a U.S. military base in Maryland on Wednesday.
Walgreens will use its $9.41 billion takeover of rival Rite Aid to spread its philosophy on making drugstores destinations for customers.
Police say an actor on the soap opera “Days of Our Lives” was arrested in suburban Phoenix.
Officials have concerns about a proposal asking about the immigration status of people seeking immunizations and disease screenings.
A Wichita businessman is found dead in a car in Dallas. Police say it is still a mystery of how and why he died.
A deputy was fired Wednesday after video showed him flipping a teen backward out of her desk and tossing her across a classroom.
Video of an officer tossing a disruptive South Carolina student went viral Monday, Oct. 26, 2015.
As dogs have filled their social calendars, they’ve had to fill their closets too. They’re not just dressing up for Halloween.
Former President Bill Clinton is scheduled to receive the 2015 Dole Leadership Prize at the University of Kansas.
Prosecutors confirmed that Janiya’s body was positively identified as the child relatives found frozen in a family freezer.
Kansas schoolchildren are faring worse on a test known as the nation’s report card.
Health officials say Saline County is dealing with an outbreak of syphilis. More than 11 cases have been reported.
Eighteen-month-old daughter Bella had a rare form of cancer that was affecting her optic nerve, it was matter of getting help.
Wichita police say another man died last night from injuries he received in a shooting last Thursday night.
Dennis Hastert pleaded guilty Wednesday to lying to the FBI in a hush-money scheme.
Lawmakers have cited the potential cost of starting video or audio streaming as a reason.
Kansas officials won’t learn for weeks whether a six-week tax amnesty program raised the $30 million that legislators anticipated.
Safety is on the minds of the staff at Seward County Community College as they reassess their own policies.
The attorney for a teen who was flipped backward out of her desk and tossed says his client was injured.
Popular online media companies BuzzFeed and Vox Media say they may pull out of the SXSW Interactive festival.