Statewide News

Police: Worker stole $10k in meat

A 43-year-old man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing more than $10,000 worth of chicken and other meat products from a distributor where he worked last year.

Fake nurse tries to steal pain meds right from patients' IVs

A woman who impersonated a nurse tried to steal patients' pain medications right out of their IVs in their hospital rooms at Seattle's Swedish Medical Center, police said Tuesday.

Medicaid expansion debate gets heated

The idea of taking more Medicaid dollars from the federal government has many up in arms.

Report: Louisiana ranks #13 in wind/hail losses in 2012

A recent study by State Farm revealed the top ten states for the most wind and hail losses from 2012.

Son furious after mom's wedding ring missing after her death

It is hard enough to lose a loved one, but now an Overland Park man is dealing with the possibility that someone stole his mother's wedding band from her body right after she died.

'Little miracles' survive historic separation surgery

A pair of six-month-old conjoined twins were surgically separated at Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU, doctors announced Tuesday. The 14-hour operation started Monday morning.

Police: Mother stabs children to death, then herself

Investigators said a mother who was found dead in a Mountain's Edge home last week stabbed her two children to death before killing herself.

Possible meteorite crashes into home

It came from outer space - maybe. The Wolcott Police Department said local resident Larry Beck called them before 10:30 a.m. Saturday and said a baseball-sized rock crashed through his Williams Court home the night before.

Five things to look for when choosing a dentist

(StatePoint) Choosing a dentist can be daunting. How do you know if your dentist is up-to-date with the latest technologies? That he or she has been keeping up on the latest in care? That equipment is clean?

Education organizations meet at State Capitol to discuss legislative session

Education continues to be a hot topic in this legislative session, and educators and teachers unions are gearing up for more hot debate this year.