The chairman of the Kansas House Elections Committee says he’s disappointed that the Department of Revenue no longer plans to require people to provide proof of legal U.S. residence to renew their driver’s licenses.
A northeast Kansas man snared in an undercover sting has admitted his role in a Mexican methamphetamine trafficking ring that operated in the Kansas City, Kan., area.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama says the beats and melodies in Latin music are so irresistible that even President Barack Obama “will shake his groove thing” Monday night.
Gloria Estefan, Romeo Santos, Lila Downs, Marco Antonio Solis and
HAVANA (AP) — A well-known Cuban singer says he is being punished for going off message at a nationally televised concert-rally last week.
Robertico Carcasses says in a note published on his band’s Facebook page that he has
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma City prosecutors have filed felony charges against rapper Mack Maine following an alleged altercation with two women aboard a tour bus.
The 33-year-old man from New Orleans, whose real name is Jermaine Anthony
NEW YORK (AP) — The cast and crew of J.J. Abrams’ post-apocalyptic drama “Revolution” are kicking off season two at the United Nations to discuss the basis of the show: what happens to people when the power goes
Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services says all 55 residents of the Topeka Community Healthcare Center are out of the facility and it is shut down.
World War II veteran dies days after taking “Honor Flight” to Washington.
Kansas State University is receiving a $105,000 grant to train workers and employers on preventing explosions from grain dust at mills and elevators.
PETITE RIVIERE DE L’ARTIBONITE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti moved closer on Monday to reconstituting a military that was abolished in 1995.
In a small ceremony in the farming village of Petite Rivere de L’Aritibonite, Defense Minister Jean-Rodolphe Joazile