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Kansas Citian David Cone touched glory briefly as a member of the Royals. Most of his greatest years were spent elsewhere, but home had a major influence on his life as Cone details in his new book, Full Count

'Jeopardy!' champ James Holzhauer just won his 27th consecutive game, but the professional gambler almost lost $35K with a wrong answer about Vegas.

The 25-year-old BTech graduate won the reserved Keonjhar seat defeating a two-time MP.

The president has reneged on his promise to fight for the forgotten men and women of the opioid epidemic. He'll have to answer for that in 2020.

A suburban school pulled off a big surprise for a set of 6-year-old twins after their dad had been deployed overseas since last year. NBC 5's Michelle Relerford has the heartwarming story of an incredible moment.

A class action lawsuit claims that Apple mined and sold users’ iTunes information to other companies

The family of two Chicago sisters who went missing nearly 18 years ago is reeling after they say a woman reached out on social media, claiming to be one of the girls.

Social impact artist and Landmark Forum graduate Shala Akintunde is pioneering an innovative art form that is also making an urgently needed difference.

Lyons’s mayor, son of the former town boss who went to prison, is building clout in the western suburbs amid claims of cozy deals, including the purchase of his own house.

Baylor fired Briles in May 2016 amid a scandal involving sexual assault and domestic violence allegations against several of his players.

The Art Institute of Chicago has a new exhibit that is aiming to help teach visitors about the final years of the career of Edouard Manet. NBC 5's LeeAnn Trotter has the details.

The sweeping nature of the Assange indictment seems intended to inflict maximum damage on the media.

Celtic Christian spirituality refers to a set of practices and beliefs in Ireland, Scotland, and Wales that developed in the early fifth century during the development of the monastic tradition. Many

If fireworks aren’t removed from the list of tariffs, executives said, their businesses will not be able to absorb the costs.

The Forest Service program enrolls more than 3,000 students a year in rural America. In Congress, members of both parties objected to the cuts.

A flash flood warning has been issued for Kansas City and the surrounding region as heavy rain is expected to inundate the roads and waterways.

Accusations of racism at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts have prompted a larger conversation about how elite cultural institutions can be uncomfortable spaces for people of color.

Two intrepid reporters try to avoid drowning in a sea of salt and sugar.

Securing corporate data and networks from hackers is complex and challenging, but companies compound their problems by making many needless errors, according to serial entrepreneur and hacker Dug Song.