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Beginning on Sunday, some residents of Mayfield will no longer be able to consumer untreated drinking water from city raw water lines.
Some area body shops are beginning to see hail-damaged cars come in for repairs.
The hangars that once housed Boeing here in Wichita are being replaced with a fresh face.
Wichita police and other law enforcement agencies have been out over the weekend, and it’s in effort to make the streets safer.
A statewide, month long initiative to put the clamps on a Senate bill is underway.
The Great Bend school superintendent responded to Friday’s announcement two Great Bend High School students will be charged with battery.
Leaders in the state’s largest school district are speaking out about the school funding bill the governor signed.
Farmers and ranchers in Barber County, who lost property and livestock in the big wildfire, attended a meeting Wednesday.
The Kansas City Royals picked up their 2016 season right where they left off in 2015 – going head to head against the New York Mets.
There are several major construction projects happening right now across Wichita.
The fire crews who’ve been fighting the big Anderson Creek wildfire are still at it.
More than 100 high school students converged at the School Service Center to discuss proposed budget cuts.
Two of the KU Jayhawks basketball players may not have had a lot of playing time, but they play an integral part in motivating the whole tea…
As the Jayhawks play in the 2016 NCAA Sweet Sixteen round of the NCAA tournament, support from their fans is a pretty big deal.