Lawmakers are skeptical, ask if new reporting is way to make budget look better.
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The city held a public forum Monday evening to meet Chief of Police finalists.
It’s been months since lawmakers promised to talk school finance. But there have been no meetings.
Dozens of acres by the Slawson company, could become a new park in west Wichita.
A veteran hoping to get a prosthetic leg through the VA hospital in Wichita says he is still waiting for help from the agency
She’s sued and lost before. Dr. Beth Clarkson says it’s different this time, and wants proof voting machines are working correctly
Several school districts in Kansas get less than half the emergency aid they were seeking under measures a state panel approved.
Schools ask for money. Lawmakers say, prove how you’re being more efficient.
The finalists for the next Wichita Police chief are Terri Moses, Joel F. Fitzgerald, Sr., and Gregory W. Stevens.
The McPherson County attorney is investigating a former associate superintendent over spending of district funds.
Block grant funding offers no new money, so schools are lining up for cash for new students
Donations points to commitment by Sedgwick County commissioners.
$1 million short because of self insurance. Newton Public Schools says multiple factors are to blame.
Wichita and Sedgwick County were both paying about $155,000 for planning positions. But, the county stripped the money.
After hours of argument Wednesday, Sedgwick County commissioners passed the 2016 budget. It’s a budget no one likes.