A jury will hear an incriminating statement Theodore D. Netherland made to police in 2006. He is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Karen Estes. Netherland's attorney argued that his mental illness and below-average IQ prevented him from understanding his right to remain silent. But District Judge Evelyn Wilson disagreed in a ruling Tuesday.
Justin Thurber's on trial in the slaying of Jodi Sanderholm of Cowley County Community College.
Six from the Air Force, two Army Generals are punished for shipping nuclear fuses to Taiwan.
Thousands of people who fled their homes, are returning for the first time since Ike slammed into the city a dozen days ago.
The work is being done on the Southbound 75 to eastbound 70 bridge ramp.
President Bush says "the entire economy is in danger," and calls for the presidential candidates to join him in a bipartisan summit.
A group of nearly forty marines had a short pit stop in Topeka turn into an overnight stay Tuesday night.
Chad Campbell tipped over a small bucket of balls Wednesday and hit 5-irons across the pond on the practice green at East Lake, none quite as true as the one he struck five days ago at Valhalla that earned a crucial point in the Ryder Cup.
Matthew Tryson Bryant, the 3-month-old son of Tampa Bay Buccaneers kicker Matt Bryant, died Wednesday. "I don't have a lot of details," coach Jon Gruden said after practice. "It's just a horrible tragedy, and I can't explain it."
Derek Anderson has kept his starting quarterback job with Cleveland for now. Anderson, who was ineffective during the Browns' three-game losing streak, will start Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Cornerback Al Harris has a "serious" spleen injury that requires a cautious approach, but he hasn't been ruled out for the rest of the season, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday
Brett Favre was uncertain Wednesday how limited he'll be by a sore ankle during practices this week.