Most people have only ever seen a scorpion fish in an aquarium. Unless they dine at Carolina Crossroads Restaurant in Chapel Hill, N.C., where they’ll find the spiny, venomous creature on the menu.
Department of Agriculture officials are asking all licensed scale service companies to attend a meeting to discuss the low accuracy rate of heavy-capacity scales.
When it comes to video games, it still felt like a man’s world at E3.
Members of a political action committee say they want more women to seek political office in Kansas.
Parking is such a precious commodity in Boston that one woman was willing to pay $560,000 for two off-street spaces near her home.
A rise in food and gas costs drove a measure of wholesale prices up sharply in May. But outside those volatile categories, inflation was mild.
After 10 days in St. Louis, the first plane that can fly day or night without fuel is on its way to Cincinnati.
Concealed weapons will not be allowed in public buildings in Shawnee County for another six months.
This gallery contains photos published June 6-13, 2013.
New statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau show that the nation overall is aging but Kansas was one of only five states where the median age of residents decreased.
Brownback plans to lead a Kansas delegation to an international air show in Paris next week to promote the state’s aircraft industry.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is urging Gov. Sam Brownback to veto provisions in a proposed state budget for each of the next two years.
A 10-member contingent from Hutchinson Community College is heading west to help fight Colorado’s massive wildfire.
Kansas health officials are cautioning people to stay out of three lakes where toxic blue-green algae has been confirmed.
Firefighters held the line Friday on a Colorado wildfire in which two people were killed as they tried to escape and 379 homes were destroyed.
A farewell note left behind by the Santa Monica gunman expressed remorse for the killing of his father and brother but provided no explanation for the rampage that left them and three others dead.
Iranian-Americans and expatriates cast ballots Friday in polling places across the United States, joining their countrymen half a world away in selecting the next Iranian president.