Mary Arterburn, Brian’s mother, spoke about his recovery Tuesday during a fundraiser at Chisholm Place.
KSN is hearing from some of Officer Brian Arterburn’s closest friends and paintball teammates.
On Friday, Wichita police said in a Facebook post that Brian is improving each day and will be going to rehab soon.
Several events are planned this weekend to raise money for Arterburn’s family and his medical expenses.
Probable cause affidavit releases details on Justin Terrazas, the man accused of striking Officer Brian Arterburn.
“He’s breathing on his own and is continuing to fight. Each day he improves a little bit more,” said Sgt. Nikki Woodrow.
Wichita Wagonmasters began preparing the chili for this weekend’s feed to benefit Officer Brian Arterburn.
Officer Brian Arterburn was injured in the line of duty when he was run over by a fleeing suspect on Feb. 7.
The proceeds from the chili feed will go to Honore Adversis Foundation.
During the fire vs. police charity hockey game, first-responders honor injured officer Brian Arterburn.
“We want to support him and his family, that’s what this community is all about,” said officer Mike Tiday.
Ellie Cotton and her mom purchased a star plaque and had it engraved with Officer Brian Arterburn’s name and badge number.
Security footage shows a black SUV barreling through the alleyway between two businesses.
Hundreds wore blue to show their support for Wichita officer Brian Arterburn. Arterburn was struck by a vehicle on Tuesday.
Justin Francsico Terrazas will make his first appearance in court this afternoon in Sedgwick County.