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Someone stole several Christmas items off of a baby’s grave at Resthaven Cemetery.
The Wichita group is using about $65,000 they’ve raised in the community to help complete strangers.
A Secret Santa campaign in Hutchinson is surprising some residents with unexpected presents of cash for the holidays.
The approval from the city council makes it more likely the state will approve the tax credits for the project.
Wichitans got a chance to ask the two finalists questions about who they are and how they would lead.
Nine Republicans hopefuls meet Tuesday in the next prime-time presidential debate.
A 13-year-old student was arrested Monday at Gateway Alternative Program School after bringing a BB gun inside the school.
The Abengoa plant in Hugoton also closed, laying off about 70 people in Stevens County.
Wichita is expecting 75,000 people to pour into downtown Wichita over the next few days.
A wrestling club for kids in Halstead and surrounding areas is looking to cash in with its latest fundraising idea.
The city is set to hire a consulting firm to make driving the streets of Wichita a little less frustrating.
Police say they’ve responded to 102 armed robberies so far in 2015.