The Hawaii Department of Education has been seeking out educators from the mainland to deal with the state’s growing teacher shortage.
A sentencing trial is underway for the East Texas mortician whose murder case inspired the dark comedy movie “Bernie.”
Officials in Rose Hill have been telling locals to take their yard waste other places, and now they’re filling up.
A lottery vendor manipulated drawings to enrich himself by installing software code that allowed him to predict winning numbers.
A federal court has ruled that a church for Native Americans in Hawaii should not be excused from federal marijuana laws.
Farmers and ranchers in Barber County, who lost property and livestock in the big wildfire, attended a meeting Wednesday.
That air quality may have a larger impact on some more than others.
Other than two people being arrested, New York officials say there were few incidents at a Trump rally in Nassau County, New York Wednesday.
MedStar Health Inc. says that hackers who seriously disrupted its operations did not exploit software vulnerabilities.
Hundreds of residents of Flint, Michigan, filed a racketeering lawsuit Wednesday targeting Gov. Rick Snyder.
Senators want the Army’s top civilian official to explain why the service never searched for a soldier who went AWOL.
A South Texas man was executed Wednesday for the 1998 slaying of a 12-year-old boy.
The issue of who is using the federally-funded Women, Infants and Children program came up again Wednesday.
A woman’s Instagram account was closed after the company mistakenly thought a cake was a woman’s breast.
The Kansas Adjutant General’s Office says wildfires in northeast Kansas have largely been contained.