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1 hr ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
Residents in northwest Wichita had a couple of surprise guests drop in for their Labor Day barbecues.
1 hr ago | WIBW-TV Topeka
Fire crews from several agencies were busy all Sunday afternoon battling a string of grass fires.
4 hrs ago | Alberta Venture
Stephen Stasiak can't keep up with the flags. He's short three right now, he says, as he walks through Viking Air's 5,388-square-metre assembly plant near Calgary International Airport.
8 hrs ago | The Wichita Eagle
"I pick and choose where I spend my time," said Johnson, 40, who also volunteers with the Junior League, Youth Entrepreneurs of Kansas and the Tallgrass Film Festival.
Leaders of minority communities are calling for a diversity of voices to be heard in selecting Wichita's next police chief.
The first call was reported at 12:48 p.m. as a fire in the frontyard at 3233 S. Blue Lake Court, said a dispatcher for the Sedgwick County 911 system.
The last time Wichita had a July this cool, man hadn't walked on the moon yet and Vince Lombardi still prowled the sidelines for the Green Bay Packers.
A 46-year-old man reported he had made contact with the woman but then was hit in the back of head with an unknown object, lost consciousness, and when he came to his wallet with bank cards and $120 in cash were missing, according to Sgt.
The parents of a 14-year-old Sedgwick County girl diagnosed by a doctor as a victim of child torture appeared in court Monday to face abuse charges.
Victor Moreno dropped out of North High School before his senior year when he realized he wouldn't have enough credits to graduate.
The Kansas independent candidate for U.S. Senate said Saturday that the traditional American two-party political system creates "a false set of choices" for voters, and his campaign is focusing on a different mindset.
People don't realize that there are horses in Wichita, Franchot Anderson says. But there they were, galloping over McAdams Park during the Black Arts Festival that lasts all Labor Day weekend.
About 1,800 Westar customers were without electricity Saturday morning following a traffic accident that brought down a power line and caused a fire in the 2600 block of North Market.
The troll, a 200-pound bronze sculpture created by Wichita artist Connie Ernatt, has been missing from his hidey-hole under a grate near the Keeper of the Plains sculpture since October.
Noon to 9 p.m. Saturday through Monday, McAdams Park, 1329 E. 13th St.; Unity Parade 11 a.m. Saturday, lining up at 17th and Holyoke and proceeding down 17th to the park.
Vandalism to the 7-foot bronze sculpture, which is located beneath a drainage grate in the 700 block of West Central, was discovered by city employees, police said in a press release.
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Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 12:29 pm
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