A Delta Air Lines flight made an emergency landing Wednesday in Maryland because of an engine problem, officials said.
A tip to Crime Stoppers led authorities to the whereabouts of a suspect in a recent homicide.
The principal of a South Dakota high school has been wounded in a shooting at the school.
Gov. Sam Brownback says if Kansas ever faces a zombie apocalypse, he might use a farm combine to mow them down.
A Virginia mother-to-be came up with a special way to let her husband know she’s pregnant.
The Hutchinson school district is planning to redraw boundaries for its elementary schools.
Wichita fire crews responded to a 4-plex fire in the 900 block of South Topeka. It broke out just after 9 a.m.
Fans are highly encouraged to arrive early and leave ample time for driving and parking downtown.
The House of Representatives plans to vote on what’s called a continuing resolution.
Ford is recalling some older Windstar minivans to because a previous rear-axle recall repair might not work.
It appears that United Auto Workers union members have voted down a four-year contract deal with Fiat Chrysler.
Tony Hobbs’ parole was revoked after concluding he violated its conditions when he tested positive for meth.
“Chicago P.D.” returns for a new season tonight.
A U.S. defense official tells The Associated Press that Russia has launched airstrikes in Syria.
Payroll processor ADP says employers added 200,000 jobs this month, up from 180,000 in the previous month.
Taj Jackson says his grandfather Joe Jackson is “doing a lot better” after having a stroke in late July.
Fox News is collaborating with SiriusXM to launch a 24-hour news service.
NBC’s thriller “Blindspot” looks to be one of the season’s hottest new shows.
A Kentucky clerk says she met briefly with the pope during his historic visit to the United States
Repair workers in Russia had paved over a stray dog while fixing a collapsed sidewalk.
A semi carrying boxes full of honey bees turned over on the highway in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma Tuesday afternoon.
The Hurricane Center forecast showed the storm could near the U.S. East Coast above North Carolina next week.
Two candidates for the Emporia State University presidency are scheduled to visit next week.
The man accused of shocking a teen with jumper cables has been charged.
Authorities are investigating after a Union Pacific Railroad employee was found dead under a rail car.