Major League Baseball’s use of expanded replay drew a workout in Monday’s opener between the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates, with one call being upheld and another overturned.
The world’s two leading smartphone makers were back in federal court on Monday, accusing each other of stealing ideas and features.
Federal investigators are leaving the scene of a New York City explosion that killed eight people and are taking several sections of pipe with them.
For you parents who have young adult children living with you, new data shows they’re still not ready to move out yet.
In a flood of last-minute sign-ups, hundreds of thousands of Americans rushed to apply for health insurance Monday, as deadline day for President Barack Obama’s overhaul brought long waits and a new spate of website ills.
Of all of the objects that have been seen floating in the southern Indian Ocean in recent days, not one has turned out to be connected to Malaysian Airlines Flight 370.
A man wanted for a trio of charges is Monday’s Northeast Kansas Most Wanted.
The Kansas City Royals allowed three unanswered runs, including the game-winning walk-off in the 9th inning to the Detroit Tigers.
It’s been tough to find a reason to smile in Darrington this past week, but on Sunday a pair of children turned some frowns upside down.
The amount of American cropland devoted to corn is expected to shrink about 4 percent this year as farmers devote more acres to soybeans.
Kansas farmers are planning to put in more acres of corn and soybeans this season than they did a year ago.
Roofing season has arrived, but before you agree to hire someone to do the job, the Kansas Attorney General has a warning for you.
A federal safety regulator says General Motors didn’t share key information that might have led to a faster recall of small cars.
A burn ban has been issued for Osage County effective immediately through April 28, 2014 or until further notice.
A Manhattan pool business claims that more than $2,000 worth of materials was stolen from their store.
Authorities say a man grabbed the service weapon of a police officer responding to a disturbance at an upstate New York business and shot him three times, killing him.
Two Ogden women were arrested for torching a man’s wardrobe.