The August 4 primary election is quickly approaching.One of the biggest races Eyewitness News is following is the U.S. Senate race to replace retiring Sen. Pat Roberts. Eleven Republicans and two Democrats are each vying for their party’s nomination.
The Sedgwick County Commission did not address the order at its meeting Wednesday, opting to wait to discuss how to move forward until after Kelly gives more details Thursday and after commissioners speak with the Sedgwick County business community.
The president of Kansas State University released new action steps the institution plans to take in response to racial tension on campus following the #BlackAtKState movement and a tweet by a student making light of the death of George Floyd
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says Wichita warmed to 100 degrees on Tuesday and we are on our way back into triple-digit territory today. However, the heat index will be closer to 105 degrees when you factor in the humidity.
The department is asking for help in identifying a suspect who has caused thousands of dollars in losses by stealing and vandalizing surveillance cameras at Hyde Elementary School, Mead Middle School, and Clark Elementary School.
Prepare for school in classrooms this fall. That’s the message Tuesday from Wichita public school leaders as they present a framework they’re considering for the start of the 2020-2021 school year, starting in August.
Paxton's Blessing Box is moving from 3rd and Topeka to 11th North and Mead street. The nonprofit reached out to Union Rescue Mission to help with the big move. Bringing two nonprofits together for a couple of hours.
A weekend Mid America Youth basketball tournament in Wichita over the weekend drew nearly 400 teams and thousands of players from surrounding states including Texas, Oklahoma, Colorado, Missouri and Iowa.
A white couple pointed guns at protesters in St. Louis, Missouri, as the group marched toward the mayor’s home, demanding her resignation after she publicly read the names and addresses of several residents who supported defunding the police department.
Starbucks is the latest company to say it will pause social media ads after a campaign led by civil rights organizations called for an ad boycott of Facebook, saying it doesn't do enough to stop racist and violent content.