On Nov. 9, some middle and high-school students in Wichita return to the classroom after the Wichita Public Schools Board of Education voted 4-2 Tuesday night (Oct. 20) to approve a blended remote and in-person learning model.
he U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday (Oct. 21) announced that the former president of ice cream manufacturer Blue Bell Creameries L.P. faces criminal charges in connection with a listeria outbreak in 2015 that led to several illnesses and three deaths.
As of Tuesday (Oct. 20), Kansas has seen more than 30,000 people voting early in-person. In Sedgwick County, early, in-person voting began Monday with sites at the Sedgwick County Election Office and INTRUST Bank Arena
The American Healthcare Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL), released a report Monday (Oct. 19) showing nursing homes in the U.S. could see a third spike in new COVID-19 cases due to community spread among the general population.
A motorist faces an $873 fine in Shawnee County District Court after Kansas Highway Patrol troopers clocked a vehicle speeding at 133 mph in a 65 mph zone, according to a Twitter post from Sunday night.
This summer, the City of Wichita approved the Open Air ICT program to allow businesses to expand their footprint on sidewalks, parking lots, or streets to allow for more social distancing. Now, some of those establishments are looking at options to warm-up outdoor seating to keep those options available in the months ahead.
According to a release from the U.S. Department of Justice, the crimes happened in 2004 after Montgomery drove from her home in Kansas to that of Bobbie Jo Stinnett in Missouri, claiming she wanted to buy a puppy.