An effort at Circle High School raised more than $11,000 for the United Way of the Plains to aid people impacted by the April 29 tornado that tore through parts of southeast Sedgwick County and Butler County, including the town of Andover.
t’s common for public libraries to offer more than just books, but what’s available to borrow at the Wichita Public Library goes beyond the typical learning materials, music and movies you might expect.
The community task force centered around the September 2021 in-custody death of Wichita teen Cedric Lofton says it is close to making formal recommendations on changes to systems regarding mental health, police in the community and youth resources.
Viral video shows lightning strikes in slow motion, moving from the ground, upward. Wednesday, Eyewitness News discussed the footage with the man who captured it, as well as our Storm Team 12 meteorologists.
ans from the states of Kentucky, Michigan, South Dakota and Tennessee are arriving in Wichita for regional semifinal and final rounds (Sweet 16 and Elite 8) of the NCAA Women’s Division I basketball tournament.
Staffing shortages contiue to impact many parts of everyday life, including local government. That’s the case in Salina where the Saline County attorney says his office is in desperate need for more attorneys and blames the salary for the shortage.
Ahead of Saturday’s memorial service for Marion County Sheriff Robert Craft, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly ordered flags throughout Marion County to be flown at half-staff from sunup to sundown Saturday.