Kuwait opposition groups say a woman has been sentenced to 11 years in prison after convictions that include insulting the Gulf nation’s ruler and encouraging his overthrow.
The deadline to purchase a Retail Fireworks permit for the unincorporated areas of Riley County is fast approaching.
Alyssa Champlin of Concordia, Kan. will travel to Mobile, Ala. on Sunday, June 16 to participate in the 56th Distinguished Young Women National Finals
The American intelligence contractor who disclosed U.S. government surveillance programs fled to Hong Kong because he believed he wouldn’t get a fair trial in his home country
Many state workers in Kansas are continuing to work long hours of overtime, with agency heads blaming most of the increase on staff shortages and turnover.
It sounds like the worst of all worlds — borrowing money for college, then dropping out and facing the debt without a degree.
The stock market is edging higher at midday as traders show only mild enthusiasm for an improving outlook for the U.S. government’s credit rating.
North Carolina police are investigating why an 11-year-old South Carolina boy died and his mother was injured in the same motel room where two elderly guests were found dead almost two months ago.
For 50 years Peggy Wallace Kennedy has lived in the shadow cast by her father, Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace, when he stood in a doorway and tried to stop two black students from integrating the University of Alabama.
A tourist from northwest Ohio says actor John Malkovich played a starring role in coming to his rescue when he fell and gashed his throat on scaffolding in Canada.