Warming trend through the weekend

A spring warming trend starts Tuesday and takes us through the weekend.


Wichita is known as the air capital, and one of Wichita's biggest employers is asking for a big investment. Spirit AeroSystems says this is all about making Wichita competitive in a global market. It says it is a practice they've been doing with the city since 2005, and hope for it to continue. Spirit is asking for $280 million worth of Industrial Revenue Bonds over the next 5 years.


Ellen sends six-year-old Macey Hensley to meet President George W. Bush


"It's frustrating for us, trying to pay our own bills. It's frustrating not having the services to support the kids," said Michelle Peres, a Coleman Middle School teacher who is leaving Kansas.



Parents pushing for more recess for children


Districts considering changes to special education in Sumner County


Chicago teen turns life around after moving to Nebraska


Man killed in Sumner County motorcycle crash


Public workers in Kansas allowed to carry concealed weapon on the job


"Lily Pads" donated to Wichita hospital


FF12: What happened to recess?


WSU student leaders say higher education funding too important to cut


Shoppers and workers save children from hot car


Investigators say car fires at W. Wichita apartment complex appear to be arson


Wichita woman ordered to repay Medicaid


Vehicle crashes into business near 13th and Oliver


Salina orthopedic surgeons resign from hospital


Spring warmth coming our way


Butler County woman sentenced for stealing $1.2 million from Presbyterian Manors


Boil water advisory lifted for Mulvane Mobile Home Park


Kansas says April tax collections $2.6M above expectations


Fire destroys garage, damages home in Newton


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