While every year is different — new students, new supplies, and in USD 259 new schedules — some things remain the same.
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The Historic Midtown Citizens Association will meet with police Monday evening to discuss the effects of crime.
On Wednesday morning, students will head to their new classrooms for their first full day.
Beginning Thursday through September 5, drivers can expect an increase of law officers looking for impaired drivers.
Comcare hopes that they’ll be able to fully open the community crisis center that’s been in the works for more than a year.
The Wichita Police Department is continuing its commitment to have more community cookouts as a way to build better relations with citizens.
More than 350 new teachers and staff made their way into Northwest High Thursday morning for staff orientation.
Sedgwick County fire crews were called out to the 900 block of North Filmore Street around 4:30 Thursday morning.
Sedgwick County Commissioners are set to approve their budget Wednesday, and it has some changes for public safety.
Officials with USD 259 have received nearly $687,000 to help support refugee students that were enrolling in our schools.
Those interested in seeing the movie can screen it starting Friday, August 5 at the Warren East.
The Salvation Army received more than $61,000 worth of school supplies and donations through the program today.
KSN is keeping tabs on a similar case that happened in Wichita right about this time two years ago.
Three men are in custody after a chase that started in Sedgwick County ended in Harvey County overnight Tuesday.
Officials with the Dickinson County Sheriff’s office confirm 18-month-old girl was found dead early Sunday evening.