The victims were found at four different homes.
Avijit Roy was a prominent voice against religious intolerance.
Police investigated after a local pet store reported buying 5 of the spiders.
The district attorney says the investigation is complex and involves many agencies.
Schweich announced last month that he was seeking the GOP nomination for governor in 2016.
French bulldogs sauntered into the top 10 for the first time in nearly a century.
The Governor has new a operative with deep conservative credentials.
They say one man was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York, one in Brooklyn and one in Florida.
Eddie Ray Routh's attorneys argued he was experiencing a psychotic episode at the time of the shootings.
An attorney says the ruling overturns a 25-year precedent allowing military personnel to be convicted of aggravated assault for transmitting HIV.
It's the third veto of Obama's presidency.
The dispute centers on a 1943 compact allocating 49 percent of the river's water to Nebraska, 40 percent to Kansas and 11 percent to Colorado.
The New Vintage Big Band played Sunday with standing room only at the Ramada Topeka Downtown.
Overall federal drug trafficking cases dropped by 6 percent in FY 2014.
Legal experts say it's likely the request will eventually go before the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"Birdman" also won best director, best original screenplay and best cinematography.
Inge received this Oscar in 1961 for best original screenplay for "Splendor in the Grass,'' a story of sexual repression.
The agreement restores normal operations at 29 Pacific ports.
The recall affects some Range Rovers from 2013-15 and Range Rover Sports from 2014-15.
The system test how well detection systems of deadly biological agents such as anthrax, ricin and plague do their job.
The metallic beige DTS sedan has just 20,310 miles and has Buffett's autograph on the dashboard.
Siemens Wind Energy furloughed 60 employees because parts needed to build wind turbine nacelles are stuck in ships off the West Coast.
US jury asked to decide if Palestinian groups should pay for deadly terror attacks in Israel.
The bill also would create a scrap database to help authorities track down offenders and punish dealers trading in stolen goods.
Secretary of State Kerry said it would be stupid to attack those who are currently fighting and ignore causes of extremism.
Nearly 86,000 who a selected a plan or were automatically reenrolled live in the Kansas City area.
Brown, formerly the secretary of state, becomes the first openly bisexual governor in the nation.
The book features the same brother and sister seen in Dr. Seuss' 1960 classic "One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish.''
During the three-day conference, Obama is highlighting local models for preventing radicalization.
A federal judge has granted a request by a coalition of 26 states to temporarily block President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration.
The FAA is expected to officially announce proposed rules for UAV operators today.
A spokeswoman says some people haven't been able to get their income information electronically verified.
Ferrero was the patriarch of the eponymous family empire best known for its Nutella and Ferrero Rocher chocolates.
Scientists link many of these quakes to hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Forecasters say the storm could bring more than a foot of fresh snow, 70 mph wind gusts and a coastal flooding threat.
2012 was the last year with three Friday the 13ths. The next will be 2026.
Despite a pending lawsuit, Harvard and MIT say they're committed to making their courses and online materials accessible to everyone.
A new law from the President creates a pilot program designed to help veteran's mental health.
"I can get can in trouble for firing or harassing a lesbian?" said Stewart, mocking Brownback. "This cannot stand."
The Democrats' convention will come the week after Republicans meet in Cleveland.
Last night's drawing was worth more than $564 million.
Forty-six-year-old Craig Stephen Hicks has been arrested and charged with three counts of murder.
Obama urges lawmakers to "show the world we are united in our resolve to counter the threat.''
AT&T customers charged government illegally seized records.
Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia founder is being honored for launching the world's largest encyclopedia.
A Pennsylvania police chief says, "We like it when dumb criminals assist us."
The Islamic State group said Friday that the 26-year-old Mueller from Prescott, Arizona, died in a Jordanian airstrike.
Device attaches to handgun barrel and turns bullet into projectile intended to stun but not kill.
'Smart' TV's may transmit and share nearby conversations.
Hashtag: Easy target.
Alabama's chief justice told judges they should refuse to issue the licenses.
The vehicles are being recalled because of problems with brakes and lights.
Three people were taken to a hospital with gunshot wounds. One is stable but the conditions of the other two couldn't be released.
The Missouri Supreme Court set an execution date of March 17 for 74-year-old Cecil Clayton.
Wages rose by the most in six years, and Americans responded by streaming into the job market to find work.
Former rapper 'Suge' Knight was seen striking two men with his truck.
Two people were found dead in the public health building on campus.
Hackers accessed personal information including Social Security numbers and addresses.
U.S. Congressman Tim Huelskamp thinks Washington Republicans should aggressively seek to replace the Affordable Care Act
Montana, the only state in the Union without anti-bullying laws, will again consider legislation
FCC Chairman is proposing a dramatic expansion of the government's power to oversee Internet service providers.
Increase due to refinery outages in Midwest and Gulf Coast regions.
A spokesman for Metro-North Railroad says the driver of the SUV and five people aboard the train died.
Toyota is partially blamed for a fatal 2006 crash; Jury says driver also bears responsibility.
"To Kill a Mockingbird'' will not be Lee's only published book after all.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said parents should have some choice in the matter.
Study says gap between ability of nation's richest and poorest students to obtain bachelor-degree by 24 has doubled over last four decades.
CDC says it's the worst season for flu in nine years.
The threatened designation is one step below endangered under the Endangered Species Act.
Officials were well-prepared for the storm, mobilizing thousands of snowplows.
Gary Szatkowski says he's sorry the National Weather service didn't get it right.
Police in New York have identified a girl whose body was found 35 years ago, as a missing Florida teenager.
Plaintiff says he was molested by a Boy Scout volunteer in 2007.
Emergency vehicles were swarmed around the White House.
British researchers want to release millions of genetically modified mosquitos in the Florida Keys in an effort to fight viral diseases.
British officials are reviewing security measures Sunday after a hoax caller pretending to be the director of the government's eavesdropping agency managed to get through to Prime Minister David Cameron on the phone.
President Obama offers condolences in the death of King Abdullah, an important ally and major force in the Muslim world.
Jenkins called the speech a 'missed opportunity'.
Debate over middle-class economics could be critical in 2016.
Some 9,000 people are expected to filter through the courthouse in suburban Denver.
The 47th annual Commemorative Service is underway at the slain civil rights icon's spiritual home.
On Sunday, stars of the movie "Selma'' and hundreds of other people marched to the bridge.
Icy road conditions caused fatalities in the northeastern part of the U.S. on Sunday.
The justices said Friday they will review an appellate ruling that upheld bans on same-sex unions in four states.
Last year's Oscars drew 43 million viewers, making it the most-watched entertainment telecast in a decade.
Advocate says taxpayers will suffer.
Stagnant wages still weighing on Americans.
A Kansas U.S. Senator supports a new bill he says will reign in regulatory overreach.
Ticketmaster offers refunds.
Missing 11-year-old girl was found when motel clerk called police after seeing Amber Alert on Facebook.
The apology is for comments made by hackers.
Twitter site of military's U.S. Central Command taken over by hackers claiming to be working on behalf of Islamic State.
D. A. says two SWAT team members will each face a single count of open murder in death of 38-year-old James Boyd.
U.S. official says release was part of last month's historic deal.
Drifting of virus causes flu shots to be less effective.
The SpaceX company has successfully launched another fresh load of supplies to the International Space Station.
Court ruled Friday the three landowners failed to show they had legal standing to bring their case.
The state authorizes its portion of billion dollar Bio-Agro Defense Facility in Manhattan.
White House press secretary Josh Earnest says he does not expect Obama would sign any Keystone legislation that reaches his desk.
Boehner received 216 of 408 votes Tuesday.