The Kansas City Royals on Tuesday announced that right-handed pitcher Brad Keller and first baseman Ryan O’Hearn have tested positive for COVID-19. Both players released statements after giving the team permission to announce the positive tests.
New York Governor Andrew Tuesday announced Kansas, Oklahoma and Delaware among states meeting the state’s metrics to qualify for a travel advisory. This means anyone who travels TO New York from those states is required to quarantine for 14 days.
Doctors and parents in Wichita raise concerns over a policy change that relaxes vaccine requirements at Catholic schools in the Wichita Catholic Diocese. Since the decision made in late June, doctors in the area have written personal letters to the diocese, asking the bishop to review the change regarding vaccines.
A Barton County judge Monday sentenced a Florida man to life in prison for the deaths of Sonny and Pauline Carpenter, killed in 2018 in Barton County. The Wichita couple’s bodies were found in Arkansas.
Since face masks became mandatory in the City of Wichita Friday (July 3), more people and places in town are covering up. But one of the questions that follows Friday’s special meeting where the ordinance passed is, how can the city make mask-wearing in public a requirement when Sedgwick County decided only to make it a recommendation?
The man accused of killing two people in January at the Hotel at WaterWalk in the 700 block of South Main, heard formal charges against him Monday (July 6) In Sedgwick County District Court. Kyle Young ins charged with capital murder, aggravated burglary, and criminal possession of a weapon by a felon.
Police arrested Zachary L. Province on charges of second-degree murder and criminal possession of a firearm in the June 29 shooting death of 25-year-old Joshua Steele in the 6900 block of East Ayesbury Circle.