The woman suing Bill Cosby for a sexual battery she claims occurred when she was 15 years old has met with Los Angeles police detectives.
More than 100 demonstrators lapped Manhattan’s Columbus Circle, then walked to an Apple store.
“Our trust in her was misplaced,” the magazine’s editor, Will Dana, wrote in a signed apology.
A woman who said Bill Cosby had drugged her and sexually assaulted her in 1979 also accused another man of attempted sexual assault: Marv Al…
The FBI is investigating threatening emails sent to employees of Sony Pictures, which was hit by a disruptive cyberattack last week.
Can a company that didn’t exist five years ago, an upstart with a knack for angering regulators who could close it down, really be worth $40…
Planned Parenthood says it has dropped a federal lawsuit challenging a Kansas rule for websites operated by abortion providers.
Some say the numbers are good news, and bad news. The numbers are up, but the new wage numbers are not keeping pace.
Parts of Park City and northern Wichita have been dealing with some bad smells lately.
Health officials say one of the best ways to prevent spreading the flu is still to wash your hands, cover you mouth when you cough and stay …
A grand jury will examine the shooting death of an unarmed man by a rookie police officer in a darkened public housing stairwell.
The holidays are upon us which means charities are working hard to help out those less fortunate.
The Wichita Police Department has found some missing city parks and recreation property.
Here’s a look at killings by police that protesters have cited as examples of an epidemic of police brutality and heavy-handed law enforceme…
A Wichita minister says she has received death threats because of the gay weddings she has performed.
An attorney for school districts suing over education funding says the Supreme Court’s newest justice should remove himself from the case.
Symbols were sprayed on fences, on cars, and even on trash cans.
All major sectors have posted impressive gains, reflecting the broad strength of the U.S. economy.
The colorful cards arrive from all over the globe at a clip of 1,200 a day — each wishing tiny Addie Fausett happy holidays.
The family of a 12-year-old who had a pellet gun when he was shot by a Cleveland police officer filed a wrongful death lawsuit.
High school receives library book originally due in 1949.
An Indiana man and his wife have been charged with neglect after his 15-year-old granddaughter was found weighing less than 40 pounds.
The Supreme Court is taking on a free speech case over a proposed license plate in Texas that would feature the Confederate battle flag.
Rolling Stone is casting doubt on the account it published of a young woman who says she was gang-raped at a fraternity party.
Wichita State and the INTRUST Bank Arena ticket office announced that all seats for Saturdays’ 5 p.m. game have been sold.