The KU Health System joins St. Luke's Hospital—which performed 44 heart transplants last year, the most in this region—as the only Kansas City-area hospitals performing adult heart transplants.
For more than a moment, I found magic in Orlando.
As I stood in the glow of Cinderella's Castle on a crisp November night, fireworks filled the sky and the songs of childhood pealed when Tinker Bell, a human sprite in bright green tights and...
Guatemala is full of contrasts: a chaotic center, poverty and misery, as well as beautiful people, historic grandeur and natural splendor.
The highway delivers snow-seeking visitors to myriad ski operators in Canada north of the Washington-Idaho border.
A Janesville horse rescue is helping four neglected mustangs from South Dakota.
A new study published this week found that older women exposed to air polluted by vehicle exhaust and other damaging particles are almost twice as likely to develop dementia. Others who carried a specific gene were almost four times likelier to develop loss of memory and reasoning skills.
As we age, even a house that has been a home for decades can become an obstacle course or pose unexpected problems.
School librarians are equipping students to fight through lies, distortion and trickery to find their way to truth.
Never heard of wave season? The “calendar phenomenon,” as one cruise industry executive calls it, is that sweet spot when cruise lines announce their best and broadest offers.
Francesca's al Lago has been operating on Martin Luther King Boulevard since 2010, and it has established a dedicated following on the strength of solid Italian food and a welcoming space with fine service.