France is to name a new prime minister on Friday shortly after the announcement of Edouard Philippe’s resignation. French President Emmanuel Macron wants a new government to focus on efforts to relaunch the French economy deeply hit by the coronavirus crisis.
The Kansas Bureau of Investigation is investigating a Thursday-afternoon officer-involved shooting in Neosho Falls in Woodson County. The KBI said at about 3:15 p.m. Thursday near the pavilion at the campgrounds in Neosho Falls, two Woodson County Sheriff’s deputies fired shots that wounded 41-year-old Edward G. Bridges, of Chanute.
A reckless driver crashed through a fence in south Wichita last Friday (June 26) and nearly struck four children. Their mother said she thought the driver ran her children over when she heard them screaming. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
Even though Sedgwick County has decided not to mandate Governor Laura Kelly’s order that people wear masks in public, some businesses like Roxy’s Downtown have already started enforcing wearing masks at its establishment. The business is also limiting capacity to 50 percent.
A suspect has died and a police officer has been shot in the head in a Kansas City shooting. Kansas City police on Twitter said that an officer was hospitalized for emergency surgery after the Thursday shooting.
If you plan on watching your children play a sport this summer following Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s mandate on wearing facemasks in public, there are a few factors that come into play in regards to whether wearing a mask when you attend the games is necessary.
In a statement shared by quarterback Skylar Thompson, the Kansas State University football team said it plans to return to team workouts, ending a boycott that was in response to concerns about racism on campus brought to the surface by a student’s tweet that made light of George Floyd’s death.
A mask mandate will not be imposed in Sedgwick County Friday. County commissioners voted 3 to 2 Thursday evening to opt-out of the governor’s statewide mandate and instead strongly recommend that residents wear masks.
The Riley County Police Department is warning residents about another alligator on the loose. The department said at this time, the animal is not believed to be one of two alligators that were stolen from a Manhattan reptile store last month.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture said VSV was first confirmed on June 16 in Butler County and now has further been confirmed by testing in Cowley, Greenwood, Sedgwick, and Sumner Counties. The department of agriculture confirmed the latest case Thursday (July 2) in Greenwood County.
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 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.