At the county’s budget hearing there were a lot of emotions as dozens spoke up denouncing the cuts.
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Several districts are looking at raising the mill levy.
USD 259 will decrease total spending by about $4 million compared to last year.
A federal investigation is ongoing at the business while a sign on the door says the restaurant is closed.
As the rain kept coming, so did the cars here Pawnee. Car after car getting stuck and car after car being pushed out by nearby Good Samarita…
The district will spend up to $180,000 to train up to 50 of their own employees to teach special education.
A federal judge in Connecticut has ruled that a lawsuit over a sex tape can proceed against rapper 50 Cent, despite his bankruptcy filing.
A Wichita couple says they are being targeted by cyber-hackers because they refused to sell their Twitter handle.
Supporters say it will help some districts fill voids left behind by teachers retiring or leaving the profession in recent years.
Jeffries has been honored a few times for his service. But his newest honor is The French Legion of Honor Medal. It’s his reward from the Fr…
City leaders say fixing this budget hole is a top priority because some of the cuts to service would be devastating.
The rain brought street flooding throughout the city Monday.
About 15 people gathered in Mayor Jeff Longwell’s office to talk about the Confederate flag in Wichita.
A fire at a home in the 3500 bock of E. Sunnybrook Lane completely destroyed a detached garage Sunday afternoon.
When officers arrived they found a woman who was stabbed in the leg. Police say her injury was not serious and she will be treated and relea…