Click on the link to see which museums offer free admission to active duty military and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2013.
The Inter-Faith Youth Challenge is a friendly competition among middle and high school youth that raises funds to help children in need. Participants can choose events like swimming, running, Mario Kart, Inter-Faith Jeopardy, and others. More importantly, they will have fun, meet others, and help provide food to hungry children.
City officials want your input on what the future of the Edgemoor Aquatics Center should be.
Non-profit organization that makes quilts for families of first responders who’ve died in the line of duty.… More »
All 8th-12th graders — Come Friday for catered food, messages from KU Basketball Players Jamari Traylor and Perry Ellis. Saturday will start the all-day conference with Miss Kansas 2012, Sloane Lewis, motivational speaker Bill Cordes, and former Kansas City Cheifs Football Player JD Franklin.
A new study finds that the price you pay for medical care can vary greatly depending on the hospital where you’re treated.
Click here to register a Wichita student who has completed the eighth grade for this free summer camp on June 1st.
The Kansas Search and Rescue Dog Association (KSARDA) first brought Search and Rescue to the state of Kansas in 1992 and continues to be the largest volunteer Search and Rescue (SAR) group in Kansas.
New website that wants Wichitans to give their input on different topics like the drought, the Central Library and other issues.
Learn more about Kansas State Governmental Employee Payroll information.
Find details on the voter identification law that requires identification when you go to the polls.
Click on the link to find your polling place and your voter registration information.
Visit the KBI online to find out if registered sex offenders live in your neighborhood at accesskansas.org/kbi.
The Kansas Department of Transportation provides a map of current road conditions in Kansas. When you are away from a computer, you can also access the information by calling 511 or 1-866-511-5368.
The Recalls.gov website combines recall information from many government agencies into one useful site.