Ten days after a gunfight reenactment at Old Cowtown Museum ended with a 24-year-old man being shot with a live round, the City of Wichita announced that such reenactments at Cowtown have been suspended “until further notice.”
Eyewitness News' Natalie Davis sat down with Dr. John Fleming, a medical doctor and the Deputy Chief of Staff for the White House, to find out more about how the federal government is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A group dedicated to saving Wichita’s 51-year-old performing arts venue from demolition snaps back with an appeal following a Sedgwick County District Court judge siding with the City of Wichita in throwing out a petition aimed at forcing a public vote over the future of Century II and the old Downtown Wichita Library.
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos on Thursday recognized six Kansas schools as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2020. The recognition includes two schools in Wichita, one in Fort Leavenworth, one in Emporia, on in Kansas City, Kan. and one in Olathe
A heavy police response with reports of shots fired and temporary closure of the Kansas Turnpike south of Wichita stemmed from a misunderstanding involving a propane cannon used to scare animals out of a watermelon patch.