McDonald’s says it will no longer distribute activity trackers in its Happy Meals after reports that they might cause skin irritations.
A group of Wichita residents are rallying together in an effort to put a stop to crime in their neighborhood.
The Sedgwick County Sheriff’s office says the incident started when a 24-year-old man made threats to his parents.
The U.S. Olympic Committee says two American swimmers were taken off their flight from Brazil by local authorities Wednesday.
Donald Trump’s new campaign CEO is a flame-thrower in cargo shorts.
Arkansas City officials are hopeful that money from a sales tax can help their hospital, which has been struggling financially.
Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley asked that unclassified portions of the FBI documents be provided to his staff.
The Finney County Attorney’s Office says that while the charges against Steven Thompson are dropped, the case is not over.
American Airlines is bringing back large jet service to the Wichita and Dallas market starting Tuesday.
USD 265 among other Wichita metro school districts have a shortage in bus drivers this school year.
Police arrested a man Tuesday night after a witness said they saw him trying to have sex with a parked van.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump receives first national security briefing, a day after a major shake-up of his campaign staff.
Jason and Kimmee Reynolds describing their feelings of terror as they watched their young daughters tumble from a Ferris wheel.
More federal scientists have confirmed we just sweated through Earth’s hottest month on record.
Beginning Thursday through September 5, drivers can expect an increase of law officers looking for impaired drivers.