With the holidays now upon us, traveling is on everyone’s mind.
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Wichita is preparing to hire a consultant to take a look at how traffic signals are being maintained
More than 400 elementary students will be shifting schools in Hutchinson for the next school year.
The partnership allows people in the community the ability to give back to others in need.
People representing both sides of the e-cigarette discussion will discuss the pros and cons of allowing e-cigarettes in county buildings.
The movement of the elephants from Swaziland could be delayed which will have a domino effect on the opening of the exhibit.
Friday is the last day students without up-to-date immunization records can go to school.
In addition to adding more salt to the storage, the city is also adding nine trucks to their fleet using old garbage trucks.
There have been a lot of questions about how the city is goingto fix issues with aging water infrastructure.
Since July, the spot where the Confederate battle flag once flew has been left empty.
McDonald’s in Wichita will begin selling Shocker flags to benefit the Ronald McDonald House.
As winter slowly heads our way, the Salvation Army is preparing to help others in need.
Officials have concerns about a proposal under consideration by the Sedgwick County Commission to ask about the immigration status.
Eighteen-month-old daughter Bella had a rare form of cancer that was affecting her optic nerve, it was matter of getting help.
Several different organizations in Kansas are coming together to build a St. Jude Dream Home.