Community reaction is beginning to pour in to a national Black Lives Matter chapter’s criticism of the First Step Cook Out last Sunday.
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The ongoing fight between the Wichita City Council and the Sedgwick County Commission shows no signs of letting up.
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The Wichita Police Department is warning pet owners about a man impersonating an animal control officer.
Unveiled Sunday night, was a group of faith leaders who are hoping to serve as that bridge between the police department and community.
Citizens and Wichita police gathered Sunday at McAdams Park in north Wichita to hold a cookout.
The Newton school district is making changes it hopes will help show its support for district employees.
As Sedgwick County commissioners begin considering the county’s budget for the coming year, high turnover among county employees is a big pr…
Chief Gordon Ramsay called the protest peaceful, and he said very few people caused problems.
The State Rules and Regulations Board’s action Tuesday came only a day before Kansas opens advance voting for its Aug. 2 primary.
The town of Eureka is working to get back to normal after a tornado roared through Thursday night.
Wichita police say a 26-year-old man shot and killed his former girlfriend before killing himself.
The town of Kechi saw close to 10 inches of rain Saturday night, leaving part of 61st Street under water.
Almost six inches of rain came down in Wichita Saturday evening and into Sunday morning.
The racing community is mourning the loss of one of its own after a tragic industrial accident at the Oxy Chemical plant.