Fears of Mideast quagmire and weariness after a decade of conflict in Iraq and Afghanistan loom large.
A blind New Mexico man who recently earned an auto mechanics degree is looking for a job.
Dr. Stephen Schneider and his wife, Linda Schneider, argued in a court filing Tuesday their lawyers were ineffective at their trial.
Two of the tornadoes landed to the southwest of Pilger and traveled together, about a mile apart.
Police say pro-government Shiite militiamen killed nearly four dozen detainees after insurgents tried to storm the jail northeast of Baghdad…
The Food and Drug Administration is preparing voluntary guidelines asking the food industry to lower sodium levels.
Obama says he authorized an operation in Libya to detain Ahmed Abu Khattala.
Thousands of bees swarm family’s yard, killing three beloved pets.
A man in Georgia found, on the side of the road, a chance to save a life.
The Rhode Island Supreme Court found that the Narragansett home was built entirely on land owned by the Rose Nulman Park Foundation, and the…
A 40-year-old man accused of mistreating an adult an Andover nursing home has been released on bond but ordered to stay in Kansas while the …
The 61-year-old former city clerk of a northeast Kansas community has been released without bond, but ordered to refrain from gambling.
Despite a fire that damaged its longtime home and the loss of a major sponsor, a central Kansas camp is still providing hope for children wi…
Trey Wisniewski and his wife are among residents of northeast Nebraska’s Pilger who emerged from their shelters on Monday to find their town…
The trial of a Topeka man charged with killing his mother has been delayed again, and is now scheduled to start next January.
The mother of an infant who died in the care of a baby sitter has filed a lawsuit against against the caretaker.
The Senate’s top Republican says President Barack Obama must present a strategy against the extremists who are gaining ground in Iraq.
The town of Pilger, Nebraska was heavily damaged Monday when a tornado tore through town.
A Topeka man has admitted to giving another man a rifle and serving as lookout during a liquor store robbery.
There have been no U.S. executions in the seven weeks since an Oklahoma inmate died of a heart attack following a botched lethal injection.