While coping with the death of her mother to COVID-19 earlier this year, a Wichita woman puts forth an effort to give back to healthcare workers in Wichita who are on the frontline daily, treating patients in the COVID Unit at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis.
Some Wichita musicians are working to end cultural stereotypes through music. Organizers of “The Breathe Project” said they hope a new music video will help bring about change for African American men in America.
A unique Kansas family celebrates a milestone for six children who made national news when they were born in 2002. The Headrick sextuplets are 18 years old now and ready to move on with lives after high school.
Kansas native, Hesston College graduate and defending NFC-champion assistant offensive coach Katie Sowers is included among big names slated to speak as part of Verizon's virtual commencement series, "Class of 2020: Ready for Anything."
Katina Wheeler, a former Wichitan, and Salena Metcalf, a current Wichitan, said they wanted to do something special for the Class of 2020 when schools closed and graduations were either canceled or postponed.
The story of three teen siblings putting in hard work to earn money to help their mother and to buy a laptop and printer for schooling at home, caught the attention and support of many in the Wichita community.