With the new school year less than a month away, parents and students are anxious to see what the year will bring. They know some of the changes students will face, but now the district is providing clarity on how those changes will be implemented.
Mayo Clinic researchers reported a strong hint that blood plasma from COVID-19 survivors helps other patients recover, but it’s not proof and some experts worry if, amid clamor for the treatment, they’ll ever get a clear answer.
The Barton County Health Department said on Friday that it has identified several positive cases of COVID-19 involving people who attended a wedding at St. Ann’s Catholic Church in Olmitz and the reception that followed.
A bald eagle launched an aerial assault on a drone operated by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy - which is known as EGLE - ripping off a propeller and sending the aircraft into Lake Michigan.
Kansas Governor Laura Kelly on Thursday announced that Kansas businesses will soon be able to apply for assistance from grant money that totals a little more than $130. The money is “intended to serve those most affected by the pandemic and for companies that can expand broadband access in the state.”
The Wichita City Council Tuesday approved the “Open Air ICT” program, which will allow businesses to use outdoor spaces like right-of-ways and parking lots to make social distancing easier and to keep staff and customers safe.
Local singer/songwriter Jenny Wood is suing the city of Wichita, approaching a year and a half since the crash that killed her mother and her niece and left her severely injured and faced with a long recovery.
While there haven’t been any outbreaks associated with school-related activities, districts across the area are preparing for the inevitability that at some point during the year, someone in the schools will test positive for COVID-19.
The Kansas Department for Children and Families announced Thursday it would be funding two support specialist case manager positions for the Wichita Police Department and one for the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office.
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.
A new Survey USA poll out Wednesday shows Republican physician Roger Marshall and Democratic physician Barbara Bollier run effectively, 46% to 44%, in the race to replace Pat Roberts in the U.S. Senate.
The Wichita Police Department asks for the public’s help in identifying people accused of several violent crimes in connection with the ongoing investigation into illegal activity at demonstrations that happened on July 30 and July 31.
Dr. Lee Norman, Secretary of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment said at his COVID-19 news conference on Wednesday that mass gatherings continue to be an issue for the state in fighting the deadly virus.
Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV), which has been found in dozens of counties primarily in south central Kansas, is characterized in horses by lesions on the muzzle, lips, ears, coronary bands or ventral abdomen.
It was an at times tense Wichita City Council meeting Tuesday at Century II as the elected city leaders approved the proposed 2021 budget. The council and members of the community spent nearly five hours discussing where city money should be spent.