A ferocious wildfire had swallowed up many homes as it spread across 40 square miles of mountain and desert east of Los Angeles.
Attorneys for almost two dozen media groups are demanding the release of 911 calls involving the mass shooting at Pulse.
Police have arrested a couple on battery and abuse charges for allegedly zip-tying a 4-year-old girl to her bed as punishment.
Keisha Taylor is one of thousands across southern Louisiana displaced by catastrophic flooding and now struggling with where to live.
Three American Olympic swimmers planned to meet with Brazilian law enforcement to discuss a reported robbery.
The end of summer blues are a real thing for us all but for young kids heading back to school it can be especially difficult.
McDonald’s says it will no longer distribute activity trackers in its Happy Meals after reports that they might cause skin irritations.
A group of Wichita residents are rallying together in an effort to put a stop to crime in their neighborhood.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s office says the incident started when a 24-year-old man made threats to his parents.
The U.S. Olympic Committee says two American swimmers were taken off their flight from Brazil by local authorities Wednesday.
Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO is a flame-thrower in cargo shorts.
Arkansas City officials are hopeful that money from a sales tax can help their hospital, which has been struggling financially.
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley asked that unclassified portions of the FBI documents be provided to his staff.
The Finney County Attorney’s Office says that while the charges against Steven Thompson are dropped, the case is not over.
American Airlines is bringing back large jet service to the Wichita and Dallas market starting Tuesday.