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Eligible nominees include non-profit organizations in Wichita and the surrounding areas that have a positive impact on our community, whether large or small. We’re looking for organizations that demonstrate adding greater value and resources to individuals and our community.

Nominate your favorite non-profit group today. And don’t forget to tune in every Sunday night at 10:00 p.m. and Mondays during Good Morning KAKEland at 9 a.m. to learn who received a WIN from DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers & KAKEland Cares.

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  • Wins For Kansas: Wichita Police Christmas giveaway

    Wins For Kansas: Wichita Police Christmas giveaway

    Wichita Police have a tough job and see all kinds of heartache, but each year they find a way to turn the tables for some of the cities most needy. 

    Wichita Police have a tough job and see all kinds of heartache, but each year they find a way to turn the tables for some of the cities most needy. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Victory Village Christian Academy

    Wins For Kansas: Victory Village Christian Academy

    Victory Village Christian Academy helps young girls get back on the straight and narrow. 

    Victory Village Christian Academy helps young girls get back on the straight and narrow. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Department of Aging

    Wins For Kansas: Department of Aging

    The Department of Aging in Butler County has found a unique way to brighten their lives. 

    The Department of Aging in Butler County has found a unique way to brighten their lives. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Bread of Life

    Wins For Kansas: Bread of Life

    The Thanksgiving giveaway started 27 years ago and is still going strong. 

    The Thanksgiving giveaway started 27 years ago and is still going strong. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Kansas Originals Market & Gallery

    Wins For Kansas: Kansas Originals Market & Gallery

    A non-profit group is helping hundreds of seniors and disable artists to sell their unique gifts. 

    A non-profit group is helping hundreds of seniors and disable artists to sell their unique gifts. 

  • Wins for Kansas : McPherson Community Thanksgiving Dinner

    Wins for Kansas : McPherson Community Thanksgiving Dinner

    For more than 20 years Verla Thomason has been volunteering to make the McPherson Community Thanksgiving Dinner possible. 

    For more than 20 years Verla Thomason has been volunteering to make the McPherson Community Thanksgiving Dinner possible. 

  • Wins for Kansas: American Overseas School Historical Society

    Wins for Kansas: American Overseas School Historical Society

    Preserving history is important, and in this week's Wins for Kansas, KAKE's Jim Grimes introduces us to a local non-profit that's trying to save the history of Americans who attended schools overseas.

    Preserving history is important, and in this week's Wins for Kansas, KAKE's Jim Grimes introduces us to a local non-profit that's trying to save the history of Americans who attended schools overseas.

  • Wins for Kansas: Greater Expectations

    Wins for Kansas: Greater Expectations

    Sunday, October 21 2018 11:23 PM EDT2018-10-22 03:23:56 GMT

    The people at the Independent Living Resource Center started the Greater Expectations program to give real world training to young people with autism. 

    The people at the Independent Living Resource Center started the Greater Expectations program to give real world training to young people with autism. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Pando Group

    Wins For Kansas: Pando Group

    A local group is helping thousands of kids struggling to make it to their senior year. 

    A local group is helping thousands of kids struggling to make it to their senior year. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Community Linc

    Wins for Kansas: Community Linc

    Something as small as a hot meal can be out of reach for some people. A faith-based organization is serving up more than just food to people in Greenwood County. When the tornado hit the town of Eureka, Kansas this June, a non-profit called Community Linc was on the front lines helping.

    Something as small as a hot meal can be out of reach for some people. A faith-based organization is serving up more than just food to people in Greenwood County. When the tornado hit the town of Eureka, Kansas this June, a non-profit called Community Linc was on the front lines helping.

  • Wins for Kansas: Wichita Pug Rescue

    Wins for Kansas: Wichita Pug Rescue

    A husband and wife in Benton, Kansas are taking their love for their pets to a whole new level. They've turned their home into a shelter. "My husband and I have been rescuing pugs for about 25 years," said Darryl Russell.

    A husband and wife in Benton, Kansas are taking their love for their pets to a whole new level. They've turned their home into a shelter. "My husband and I have been rescuing pugs for about 25 years," said Darryl Russell.

  • Wins for Kansas: Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty

    Wins for Kansas: Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty

    Sunday, September 16 2018 7:44 PM EDT2018-09-16 23:44:09 GMT

    It's described as a celebration of Medicine Lodge's Native American Heritage. 

    It's described as a celebration of Medicine Lodge's Native American Heritage. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Women Aspire

    Wins for Kansas: Women Aspire

    Women Aspire is a nonprofit group helping women in Wichita who are struggling to get out of poverty. Stephanie Stovall knows what it's like to struggle. And through those experiences,  she's now helping young mothers with resources like education, child care, housing and mentoring.

    Women Aspire is a nonprofit group helping women in Wichita who are struggling to get out of poverty. Stephanie Stovall knows what it's like to struggle. And through those experiences,  she's now helping young mothers with resources like education, child care, housing and mentoring.

  • Wins for Kansas: Thrive

    Wins for Kansas: Thrive

    In Wichita, thousands of people fall well below the national poverty line. 

    In Wichita, thousands of people fall well below the national poverty line. 

  • Wins for Kansas: GLSEN

    Wins for Kansas: GLSEN

    Sunday, August 26 2018 11:22 PM EDT2018-08-27 03:22:12 GMT

    In this weeks Wins for Kansas, we're recognizing a non-profit that is trying to create a safe school environment for all children.

    In this weeks Wins for Kansas, we're recognizing a non-profit that is trying to create a safe school environment for all children.

  • Wins for Kansas: WPD Accident Investigation Team

    Wins for Kansas: WPD Accident Investigation Team

    The Wichita Police Department's Accident Investigation Team is highly skilled, responding to some of the worst and sometimes fatal collisions. The evidence they gather at the scene has to be thorough and accurate.

    The Wichita Police Department's Accident Investigation Team is highly skilled, responding to some of the worst and sometimes fatal collisions. The evidence they gather at the scene has to be thorough and accurate.

  • Wins for Kansas: Little Miss Wheelchair

    Wins for Kansas: Little Miss Wheelchair

    Living life in a wheelchair can be challenging. But a few ladies are showing it doesn't have to hold you back. 

    Living life in a wheelchair can be challenging. But a few ladies are showing it doesn't have to hold you back. 

  • Wins For Kansas: 1-In-26

    Wins For Kansas: 1-In-26

    A 10-year-old Wichita girl is trying to raise awareness about Epilepsy.

    A 10-year-old Wichita girl is trying to raise awareness about Epilepsy.

  • Wins For Kansas: Kansas Aviation Museum

    Wins For Kansas: Kansas Aviation Museum

    For more than 100 years Wichita has been the air capital of the world.

    For more than 100 years Wichita has been the air capital of the world.

  • Wins For Kansas: Callie Cares Foundation

    Wins For Kansas: Callie Cares Foundation

    Sunday, July 8 2018 10:18 PM EDT2018-07-09 02:18:22 GMT

    Long stays at the hospital can be difficult for children. So one non-profit created by a seven year-old girl is trying to bring a smile to patients by giving out gift bags.

    Long stays at the hospital can be difficult for children. So one non-profit created by a seven year-old girl is trying to bring a smile to patients by giving out gift bags.

  • Wins for Kansas Wichita Prostate Support Group

    Wins for Kansas Wichita Prostate Support Group

  • Wins For Kansas: Wear Blue Run To Remember

    Wins For Kansas: Wear Blue Run To Remember

    A Wichita group is honoring the men and women who sacrificed their lives for our nation. 

    A Wichita group is honoring the men and women who sacrificed their lives for our nation. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Prostate Cancer Support Group

    Wins For Kansas: Prostate Cancer Support Group

    Sunday, June 24 2018 10:54 PM EDT2018-06-25 02:54:06 GMT

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  • Wins For Kansas: Kechi Art Council

    Wins For Kansas: Kechi Art Council

    Sunday, June 17 2018 10:17 PM EDT2018-06-18 02:17:57 GMT

    The Kechi Arts Council is on a mission to help restore the towns old theater. It's nearly a decade old and needs thousands in repairs and renovations. .

    The Kechi Arts Council is on a mission to help restore the towns old theater. It's nearly a decade old and needs thousands in repairs and renovations. .

  • Wins For Kansas: Tri-County League

    Wins For Kansas: Tri-County League

    Sunday, June 10 2018 10:02 PM EDT2018-06-11 02:02:00 GMT

    Many life lessons can be learned playing organized sports and the Tri-County League offers the same opportunity for special needs athletes. 

    Many life lessons can be learned playing organized sports and the Tri-County League offers the same opportunity for special needs athletes. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Kansas Kids @ GEAR UP

    Wins for Kansas: Kansas Kids @ GEAR UP

    Monday, June 4 2018 10:25 AM EDT2018-06-04 14:25:28 GMT
    There are literally thousands of foster kids in Kansas and many of them often lack the encouragement to move onto to bigger and better things in life. That's where the nonprofit "Kansas Kids @ GEAR UP" steps in.   
    There are literally thousands of foster kids in Kansas and many of them often lack the encouragement to move onto to bigger and better things in life. That's where the nonprofit "Kansas Kids @ GEAR UP" steps in.   
  • Wins For Kansas: Mental Health Assoc. of Central Kansas

    Wins For Kansas: Mental Health Assoc. of Central Kansas

    Sunday, May 20 2018 10:31 PM EDT2018-05-21 02:31:56 GMT

    The Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas has been helping the community for more than 60 years. 

    The Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas has been helping the community for more than 60 years. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Orphuem Theater

    Wins For Kansas: Orphuem Theater

    If you've spent any time in Wichita you're familiar with the Orpheum Theater in downtown.  

    If you've spent any time in Wichita you're familiar with the Orpheum Theater in downtown.  

  • Wins For Kansas: Butler County Animal Response Team

    Wins For Kansas: Butler County Animal Response Team

    Sunday, May 6 2018 11:30 PM EDT2018-05-07 03:30:06 GMT

    During a disaster, sometimes people are forced to leave behind their pets and animals. That's where the Butler County Animal Response Team steps in.

    During a disaster, sometimes people are forced to leave behind their pets and animals. That's where the Butler County Animal Response Team steps in.

  • Wins for Kansas: Bike Walk Wichita

    Wins for Kansas: Bike Walk Wichita

    Monday, April 30 2018 9:50 AM EDT2018-04-30 13:50:47 GMT

    This week's "Wins for Kansas" is Bike Walk Wichita, a nonprofit group that is hoping the transform the city into a bike-friendly town.

    This week's "Wins for Kansas" is Bike Walk Wichita, a nonprofit group that is hoping the transform the city into a bike-friendly town.

  • Wins for Kansas: Kansas Global Trade Services

    Wins for Kansas: Kansas Global Trade Services

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 11:39 AM EDT2018-04-25 15:39:16 GMT

    This week's "Wins for Kansas" winner is Kansas Global Trade Services. It's a private organization dedicated to building international growth and commerce for Kansas companies. 

    This week's "Wins for Kansas" winner is Kansas Global Trade Services. It's a private organization dedicated to building international growth and commerce for Kansas companies. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Youth Horizons

    Wins for Kansas: Youth Horizons

    Monday, April 16 2018 5:16 PM EDT2018-04-16 21:16:28 GMT
    Studies have shown that children from single parent homes have unique challenges. But there is a local group helping out. KAKE's Jim Grimes has more on Wichita's Youth Horizons in this week's Wins for Kansas. 
    Studies have shown that children from single parent homes have unique challenges. But there is a local group helping out. KAKE's Jim Grimes has more on Wichita's Youth Horizons in this week's Wins for Kansas. 
  • Wins for Kansas: Run2Believe

    Wins for Kansas: Run2Believe

    Monday, April 9 2018 12:22 PM EDT2018-04-09 16:22:27 GMT

    Seven years ago, a drunk driver killed a couple from Maize. Thanks to their parents, their memory is now helping to spread awareness about the dangers of driving under the influence.

    Seven years ago, a drunk driver killed a couple from Maize. Thanks to their parents, their memory is now helping to spread awareness about the dangers of driving under the influence.

  • Wins for Kansas: Project WeKan

    Wins for Kansas: Project WeKan

    Monday, April 2 2018 1:00 PM EDT2018-04-02 17:00:31 GMT
    Imagine if there was a place you go to see all the great projects people are doing to make Kansas a better place to live. in this weeks "Wins for Kansas," we introduce you to Project WeKan.
    Imagine if there was a place you go to see all the great projects people are doing to make Kansas a better place to live. in this weeks "Wins for Kansas," we introduce you to Project WeKan.
  • Wins for Kansas: Down Syndrome Society of Wichita

    Wins for Kansas: Down Syndrome Society of Wichita

    Monday, March 26 2018 1:04 PM EDT2018-03-26 17:04:30 GMT

    The CDC estimates about 6,000 babies with down syndrome are born in the U.S. each year. Those children and their parents will face a number of challenges. 

    The CDC estimates about 6,000 babies with down syndrome are born in the U.S. each year. Those children and their parents will face a number of challenges. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Dunlap Transition Campus at Chisholm

    Wins for Kansas: Dunlap Transition Campus at Chisholm

    Monday, March 19 2018 12:10 PM EDT2018-03-19 16:10:45 GMT
    There are thousands of young adults with developmental disabilities in Wichita, and a local group is helping them live a full and productive life. The Dunlap Transition Campus at Chisholm, is this week "Wins for Kansas."
    There are thousands of young adults with developmental disabilities in Wichita, and a local group is helping them live a full and productive life. The Dunlap Transition Campus at Chisholm, is this week "Wins for Kansas."
  • Wins for Kansas: Positive Directions

    Wins for Kansas: Positive Directions

    Tuesday, March 13 2018 9:53 AM EDT2018-03-13 13:53:39 GMT
    HIV is rarely talked about, but just because it's not making headlines it doesn't mean its still not a threat. In this week's Wins for Kansas, we introduce you to a group still working hard to spread the word.
    HIV is rarely talked about, but just because it's not making headlines it doesn't mean its still not a threat. In this week's Wins for Kansas, we introduce you to a group still working hard to spread the word.
  • Wins for Kansas: GPS K9s

    Wins for Kansas: GPS K9s

    Monday, March 5 2018 12:46 PM EST2018-03-05 17:46:18 GMT
    The disappearance of a 5-year-old Wichita boy has put a spotlight on the importance of search and rescue teams. In this week's "Wins for Kansas," we honor Great Plains Search and Rescue K9s.
    The disappearance of a 5-year-old Wichita boy has put a spotlight on the importance of search and rescue teams. In this week's "Wins for Kansas," we honor Great Plains Search and Rescue K9s.
  • Wins for Kansas: St. Baldrick's

    Wins for Kansas: St. Baldrick's

    Tuesday, February 27 2018 10:22 AM EST2018-02-27 15:22:53 GMT
    More children are lost to cancer in the U.S. than all other childhood diseases combined. KAKE's Jim Grimes shows us a group raising thousands to help fund cancer research -- and they're doing it in a fun way.   
    More children are lost to cancer in the U.S. than all other childhood diseases combined. KAKE's Jim Grimes shows us a group raising thousands to help fund cancer research -- and they're doing it in a fun way.   
  • Wins for Kansas: League of Women Voters

    Wins for Kansas: League of Women Voters

    Monday, February 19 2018 4:32 PM EST2018-02-19 21:32:06 GMT
    The League of Women Voters is this week's Wins for Kansas winner and recipient of a $500 grant.
    The League of Women Voters is this week's Wins for Kansas winner and recipient of a $500 grant.
  • Wins For Kansas: Exploration Place

    Wins For Kansas: Exploration Place

    Monday, February 12 2018 12:17 AM EST2018-02-12 05:17:00 GMT

    Everyone knows exploration place in Wichita is fun for kids.

    Everyone knows exploration place in Wichita is fun for kids.

  • Wins For Kansas: Empowering Black Women

    Wins For Kansas: Empowering Black Women

    Monday, February 5 2018 12:31 AM EST2018-02-05 05:31:24 GMT

    Black Women Empowered has been helping women in Wichita to heal since 2012. 

    Black Women Empowered has been helping women in Wichita to heal since 2012. 

  • Wins For Kansas: American Heart Association

    Wins For Kansas: American Heart Association

    Sunday, January 28 2018 5:33 PM EST2018-01-28 22:33:59 GMT

    Millions of people are at risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, but the American Heart Association is hoping to change that.  

    Millions of people are at risk of suffering a heart attack or stroke, but the American Heart Association is hoping to change that.  

  • Wins for Kansas: EAA

    Wins for Kansas: EAA

    Monday, January 22 2018 9:59 AM EST2018-01-22 14:59:38 GMT

    EAA started out as a small flying club, but over the years its changed and grown. With 1,600 international chapters, Wichita's chapter 88 is proud to serve the air capitol.  

    EAA started out as a small flying club, but over the years its changed and grown. With 1,600 international chapters, Wichita's chapter 88 is proud to serve the air capitol.  

  • Wins for Kansas: Cornerstones of Care

    Wins for Kansas: Cornerstones of Care

    Thursday, January 18 2018 12:57 PM EST2018-01-18 17:57:26 GMT
    Cornerstones of Care is the recipient for the Wins For Kansas grant for the week of January 14.
    Cornerstones of Care is the recipient for the Wins For Kansas grant for the week of January 14.
  • Wins For Kansas: Embrace

    Wins For Kansas: Embrace

    Sunday, January 7 2018 11:57 PM EST2018-01-08 04:57:15 GMT

    Bringing a child into the world can be challenging, especially if the timing is less than perfect. 

    Bringing a child into the world can be challenging, especially if the timing is less than perfect. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Wichita Animal Action League

    Wins For Kansas: Wichita Animal Action League

    Sunday, December 31 2017 11:44 PM EST2018-01-01 04:44:25 GMT

    Each year, The Wichita Animal Action League helps hundreds of pets and their owners. The group says it tries to be there for the countless animals who are abused, neglected and abandoned. 

    Each year, The Wichita Animal Action League helps hundreds of pets and their owners. The group says it tries to be there for the countless animals who are abused, neglected and abandoned. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Emerald City Chorus

    Wins for Kansas: Emerald City Chorus

    Sunday, December 24 2017 11:40 PM EST2017-12-25 04:40:50 GMT

    This all-female chorus is better than pitch-perfect, it's been singing on key across Kansas for more than 10 years. Among its members is Nichole Evans who said she remembers when they started out practicing harmony in a garage. 

    This all-female chorus is better than pitch-perfect, it's been singing on key across Kansas for more than 10 years. Among its members is Nichole Evans who said she remembers when they started out practicing harmony in a garage. 

  • Wins For Kansas: It Takes A Village

    Wins For Kansas: It Takes A Village

    Sunday, December 17 2017 10:57 PM EST2017-12-18 03:57:55 GMT

    Roughly 7,000 kids are in Kansas foster homes.  Without a traditional family structure, it can be hard for these kids to take the next step into becoming independent adults. 

    Roughly 7,000 kids are in Kansas foster homes.  Without a traditional family structure, it can be hard for these kids to take the next step into becoming independent adults. 

  • Wins For Kansas: Rise Up For Youth

    Wins For Kansas: Rise Up For Youth

    Sunday, December 10 2017 10:30 PM EST2017-12-11 03:30:39 GMT

    Rise Up For Youth started in 2005 as a mentoring and gang prevention program for young men in Wichita, but the program soon spread.

    Rise Up For Youth started in 2005 as a mentoring and gang prevention program for young men in Wichita, but the program soon spread.

  • Wins For Kansas: Crime Stoppers

    Wins For Kansas: Crime Stoppers

    Sunday, December 3 2017 11:51 PM EST2017-12-04 04:51:18 GMT

    Crime Stoppers has been appearing on KAKE News for many years, but did you know it's a nonprofit group? It started in 1976 at KOAT TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    Crime Stoppers has been appearing on KAKE News for many years, but did you know it's a nonprofit group? It started in 1976 at KOAT TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • Wins for Kansas: Let’s Rock and Roll and Change the World

    Wins for Kansas: Let’s Rock and Roll and Change the World

    Sunday, November 26 2017 5:37 PM EST2017-11-26 22:37:10 GMT

    Let’s Rock and Roll and Change the World, Inc. is a Wichita, Kansas based nonprofit that is helping our city's homeless.  

    Let’s Rock and Roll and Change the World, Inc. is a Wichita, Kansas based nonprofit that is helping our city's homeless.  

  • Wins for Kansas: The PAT Fund

    Wins for Kansas: The PAT Fund

    Sunday, October 29 2017 11:10 PM EDT2017-10-30 03:10:15 GMT

    What started with donations to a late jazz performer now helps other musicians dealing with illnesses.

    What started with donations to a late jazz performer now helps other musicians dealing with illnesses.

  • Wins for Kansas: Gerard House

    Wins for Kansas: Gerard House

    Monday, October 23 2017 6:41 AM EDT2017-10-23 10:41:05 GMT

    The non-profit provides parenting classes, support and encouragement for pregnant teenagers.

    The non-profit provides parenting classes, support and encouragement for pregnant teenagers.

  • Wins for Kansas: Project Laundry

    Wins for Kansas: Project Laundry

    Monday, October 16 2017 8:14 AM EDT2017-10-16 12:14:39 GMT

    Every few weeks, the group puts up flyers inviting the public to wash and dry their clothes for free.

    Every few weeks, the group puts up flyers inviting the public to wash and dry their clothes for free.

  • Wins for Kansas: Air Capital Flyers

    Wins for Kansas: Air Capital Flyers

    Monday, October 9 2017 12:40 PM EDT2017-10-09 16:40:00 GMT

    Air Capital Flyers is a nonprofit that started out small but has grown into the largest program in the state. 

    Air Capital Flyers is a nonprofit that started out small but has grown into the largest program in the state. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Old Cowtown Vintage Baseball

    Wins for Kansas: Old Cowtown Vintage Baseball

    Monday, October 2 2017 8:29 AM EDT2017-10-02 12:29:59 GMT

    The Red Stockings and the Bulldozers really did play in Wichita in the late 1800s - and a form of them still do.

    The Red Stockings and the Bulldozers really did play in Wichita in the late 1800s - and a form of them still do.

  • Wins for Kansas: Senior Services

    Wins for Kansas: Senior Services

    Monday, September 18 2017 2:33 AM EDT2017-09-18 06:33:24 GMT

    The volunteer program's biggest project is Meals on Wheels.

    The volunteer program's biggest project is Meals on Wheels.

  • Wins for Kansas: Hope for Hemophilia

    Wins for Kansas: Hope for Hemophilia

    Monday, September 11 2017 1:38 AM EDT2017-09-11 05:38:57 GMT

    A non-profit group helps families deal with a condition that prevents blood from clotting easily after a cut or injury.

    A non-profit group helps families deal with a condition that prevents blood from clotting easily after a cut or injury.

  • Wins for Kansas: Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita

    Wins for Kansas: Ronald McDonald House Charities Wichita

    Monday, September 4 2017 6:12 AM EDT2017-09-04 10:12:24 GMT

    The houses keep the families of sick children close by.

    The houses keep the families of sick children close by.

  • Wins for Kansas: Little Blessings

    Wins for Kansas: Little Blessings

    Monday, August 28 2017 6:55 AM EDT2017-08-28 10:55:45 GMT

    A Wichita woman puts smiles on faces across the city with some help from tiny companions. 

    A Wichita woman puts smiles on faces across the city with some help from tiny companions. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Passageways

    Wins for Kansas: Passageways

    Monday, August 21 2017 6:57 AM EDT2017-08-21 10:57:02 GMT

    The Wichita group provides struggling and sometimes homeless veterans with a temporary home.

    The Wichita group provides struggling and sometimes homeless veterans with a temporary home.

  • Wins for Kansas: Aldersgate United Methodist Church

    Wins for Kansas: Aldersgate United Methodist Church

    Monday, July 31 2017 8:30 AM EDT2017-07-31 12:30:37 GMT

    The Vacation Bible School this year had more than 300 turn out.

    The Vacation Bible School this year had more than 300 turn out.

  • Wins for Kansas: Blue Sky Ranch

    Wins for Kansas: Blue Sky Ranch

    Monday, July 24 2017 8:40 AM EDT2017-07-24 12:40:34 GMT

    A family in Haysville has opened up its home and hearts to help people struggling with emotional issues.

    A family in Haysville has opened up its home and hearts to help people struggling with emotional issues.

  • Wins for Kansas: Laurie Bell Memorial Golf Tournament

    Wins for Kansas: Laurie Bell Memorial Golf Tournament

    Monday, July 17 2017 8:48 AM EDT2017-07-17 12:48:36 GMT

    Bell came up with an idea to raise money for Newman University athletics.

    Bell came up with an idea to raise money for Newman University athletics.

  • Wins for Kansas: Medical Loan Closet of Wichita

    Wins for Kansas: Medical Loan Closet of Wichita

    Monday, July 10 2017 2:27 AM EDT2017-07-10 06:27:17 GMT

    The Wichita non-profit group lets you borrow medical equipment you might need.

    The Wichita non-profit group lets you borrow medical equipment you might need.

  • Wins for Kansas: Catholic Charities Harbor House

    Wins for Kansas: Catholic Charities Harbor House

    Monday, July 3 2017 8:35 AM EDT2017-07-03 12:35:24 GMT

    "We turn away roughly 70 people a month who are in imminent danger."

    "We turn away roughly 70 people a month who are in imminent danger."

  • Giving hope to families coping with autism

    Giving hope to families coping with autism

    Sunday, June 11 2017 10:39 PM EDT2017-06-12 02:39:44 GMT

    Parents with autistic and special needs children can often get frustrated, but there's a special place here in Wichita that has been bringing hope to Kansas families for more than 80 years. 

    Parents with autistic and special needs children can often get frustrated, but there's a special place here in Wichita that has been bringing hope to Kansas families for more than 80 years. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Sound of the Heartland ensemble

    Wins for Kansas: Sound of the Heartland ensemble

    Monday, June 5 2017 8:19 AM EDT2017-06-05 12:19:39 GMT

    "Our goal is not only to being the barbershop art form to the community.... but also provide music education."

    "Our goal is not only to being the barbershop art form to the community.... but also provide music education."

  • Wins for Kansas: Wichita Fellowship Club

    Wins for Kansas: Wichita Fellowship Club

    Monday, May 22 2017 2:07 AM EDT2017-05-22 06:07:10 GMT

    The club claims to have twice the success rate of other alcohol recovery programs.

    The club claims to have twice the success rate of other alcohol recovery programs.

  • Keeping KAKEland dry, one diaper at a time

    Keeping KAKEland dry, one diaper at a time

    Monday, May 8 2017 1:03 AM EDT2017-05-08 05:03:35 GMT

    If you're a new parent you know baby diapers can be expensive. A local nonprofit group says sometimes, parents can't afford to buy diapers, and that's where it hopes you'll step into help.

    If you're a new parent you know baby diapers can be expensive. A local nonprofit group says sometimes, parents can't afford to buy diapers, and that's where it hopes you'll step into help.

  • Ridding Wichita of sexual assault one phone call at a time

    Ridding Wichita of sexual assault one phone call at a time

    Monday, May 1 2017 2:02 AM EDT2017-05-01 06:02:13 GMT

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and according to the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Awareness Center, the problem is growing.

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and according to the Wichita Area Sexual Assault Awareness Center, the problem is growing.

  • Local group helps needy through faith and love

    Local group helps needy through faith and love

    Sunday, April 23 2017 11:50 PM EDT2017-04-24 03:50:05 GMT

    A local group with global ties is on a mission. World Impact is reaching out to help some of the city's most needy, and it's doing it through faith and love.  

    A local group with global ties is on a mission. World Impact is reaching out to help some of the city's most needy, and it's doing it through faith and love.  

  • Storytime Village: Making books a part of every child's life

    Storytime Village: Making books a part of every child's life

    Sunday, April 16 2017 5:42 PM EDT2017-04-16 21:42:03 GMT
    Courtesy: Storytime VillageCourtesy: Storytime Village

    A local non-profit is working to make books a part of every child's life. 

    A local non-profit is working to make books a part of every child's life. 

  • Wins for Kansas: CASA of Sedgwick County

    Wins for Kansas: CASA of Sedgwick County

    Thursday, April 13 2017 12:51 AM EDT2017-04-13 04:51:30 GMT

    A CASA volunteer can make a world of difference for children in the legal system.

    A CASA volunteer can make a world of difference for children in the legal system.

  • Wins for Kansas: Habitat for Humanity

    Wins for Kansas: Habitat for Humanity

    Sunday, April 2 2017 10:51 PM EDT2017-04-03 02:51:02 GMT

    More than 200 families in the Wichita area have benefited from Habitat's mission.

    More than 200 families in the Wichita area have benefited from Habitat's mission.

  • Wins for Kansas: Assistance League of Wichita

    Wins for Kansas: Assistance League of Wichita

    Sunday, March 26 2017 10:31 PM EDT2017-03-27 02:31:52 GMT

    A thrift store helps raise money for the group's four unique programs.

    A thrift store helps raise money for the group's four unique programs.

  • Wins for Kansas: American Heart Association

    Wins for Kansas: American Heart Association

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:30:20 GMT

    The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association is holding a walk next week and 5K to promote heart-healthy living. The group is receiving $500 from our partners the DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers.

    The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association is holding a walk next week and 5K to promote heart-healthy living. The group is receiving $500 from our partners the DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers.

  • Wins for Kansas: Reno County Crime Stoppers

    Wins for Kansas: Reno County Crime Stoppers

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:29 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:29:18 GMT

    In January of 2006, Bonnie Galloway was stabbed to death in her South Hutchinson home.  A tip to Reno County Crimestoppers led police to David A. Meggers, who was later convicted of killing Galloway and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. The tip came just in time for the man who was being investigated in three other possible homicide cases outside Kansas. 

    In January of 2006, Bonnie Galloway was stabbed to death in her South Hutchinson home.  A tip to Reno County Crimestoppers led police to David A. Meggers, who was later convicted of killing Galloway and sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. The tip came just in time for the man who was being investigated in three other possible homicide cases outside Kansas. 

  • Wins for Kansas: Prairie Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center

    Wins for Kansas: Prairie Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:30:38 GMT
    Prairie Meadows Therapeutic Riding CenterPrairie Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center

    Prairie Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center uses horses to help children achieve difficult goals.

    Prairie Meadows Therapeutic Riding Center uses horses to help children achieve difficult goals.

  • Wins for Kansas: MakeICT

    Wins for Kansas: MakeICT

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:30:33 GMT

    MakeICT has settled into its new 8,700 square foot space on Douglas Avenue, called MakerSpace.

    MakeICT has settled into its new 8,700 square foot space on Douglas Avenue, called MakerSpace.

  • Wins for Kansas: Agape Care Cradle

    Wins for Kansas: Agape Care Cradle

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:30:29 GMT

    The unexpected loss of a child before birth will turn the parents world upside down, but there's help right here in KAKEland.  Agape Care Cradle is able to guide families through the process.  

    The unexpected loss of a child before birth will turn the parents world upside down, but there's help right here in KAKEland.  Agape Care Cradle is able to guide families through the process.  

  • Wins for Kansas: Girls on the Court

    Wins for Kansas: Girls on the Court

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:30 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:30:24 GMT

    These days it's more difficult than ever for good girls basketball players to get noticed and be given an opportunity to play in college or even the pros. A new non-profit in Wichita there to help young female basketball players who need it. Like many basketball players with Girls on the Court, Maddi Amekporfor dreams big. "I want to plan in the WNBA," she says.  "In college, I want to play for (The University of Connecticut). To achieve her goals, Amekporfor h...

    These days it's more difficult than ever for good girls basketball players to get noticed and be given an opportunity to play in college or even the pros. A new non-profit in Wichita there to help young female basketball players who need it. Like many basketball players with Girls on the Court, Maddi Amekporfor dreams big. 

  • Wins for Kansas: New center for abused children set to officially open

    Wins for Kansas: New center for abused children set to officially open

    Monday, March 13 2017 10:29 AM EDT2017-03-13 14:29:45 GMT

    On August 30th at 3:30, the CAC will hold a ribbon cutting and open house at its new building.

    On August 30th at 3:30, the CAC will hold a ribbon cutting and open house at its new building.

  • Non-profit helping kids with dyslexia

    Non-profit helping kids with dyslexia

    Sunday, July 17 2016 9:57 PM EDT2016-07-18 01:57:04 GMT

    About 1 in 5 people have dyslexia, according to the Dyslexia Center of Utah.  The leaning disability makes it difficult for the brain to process words.  If not addressed early, kids can struggle to read.  

    About 1 in 5 people have dyslexia, according to the Dyslexia Center of Utah.  The leaning disability makes it difficult for the brain to process words.  If not addressed early, kids can struggle to read.  

  • Wins for Kansas: Bound Fur Life Foundation

    Wins for Kansas: Bound Fur Life Foundation

    Wednesday, March 30 2016 9:50 PM EDT2016-03-31 01:50:28 GMT

    At Bound Fur Life Foundation there are piles of dog and cat food waiting for pet owners who are struggling to make ends meet.

    At Bound Fur Life Foundation there are piles of dog and cat food waiting for pet owners who are struggling to make ends meet.

  • Wins for Kansas: Crossover Recovery Center

    Wins for Kansas: Crossover Recovery Center

    Friday, April 15 2016 10:12 PM EDT2016-04-16 02:12:48 GMT

    Crossover Recovery Center helps up to 500 people a month with their road to recovery, often addicts who got hooked on pain killers and then started using heroine.

    Crossover Recovery Center helps up to 500 people a month with their road to recovery, often addicts who got hooked on pain killers and then started using heroine.

  • Wins for Kansas: WATC Foundation

    Wins for Kansas: WATC Foundation

    Saturday, April 23 2016 5:39 PM EDT2016-04-23 21:39:55 GMT

    In the hangar at WATC's campus, students learn aviation maintenance. It's one of many courses geared to prepare students for the industry.

    In the hangar at WATC's campus, students learn aviation maintenance. It's one of many courses geared to prepare students for the industry.

  • Wins for Kansas: Laughing Feet Performers

    Wins for Kansas: Laughing Feet Performers

    Sunday, May 8 2016 10:24 PM EDT2016-05-09 02:24:25 GMT

    Children with special needs can take the stage for free.

    Children with special needs can take the stage for free.

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    Maize student diagnosed with whooping cough

    USD 266 Superintendent Dr. Chad Higgins said in a message to parents and guardians on Tuesday that the Maize Central Elementary student had been diagnosed with pertussis and that local health officials had been contacted. 

    USD 266 Superintendent Dr. Chad Higgins said in a message to parents and guardians on Tuesday that the Maize Central Elementary student had been diagnosed with pertussis and that local health officials had been contacted. 

  • Email scam targets Netflix's millions of subscribers

    Email scam targets Netflix's millions of subscribers

    Police are warning Netflix customers to stay vigilant and double check emails that appear to be sent from the popular streaming service before offering up any of their personal information. 

    Police are warning Netflix customers to stay vigilant and double check emails that appear to be sent from the popular streaming service before offering up any of their personal information. 

  • Fight to expand Medicaid renewed as Kansas tops $3 billion lost in tax dollars

    Fight to expand Medicaid renewed as Kansas tops $3 billion lost in tax dollars

    Some Kansas lawmakers are renewing the call to expand the state's version of Medicaid, known as KanCare.  When the state failed to do so, Kansas let three billion of your tax dollars go to the federal government and we didn't get any services from it according to the accounting of the Alliance for a Healthy Kansas. 

    Some Kansas lawmakers are renewing the call to expand the state's version of Medicaid, known as KanCare.  When the state failed to do so, Kansas let three billion of your tax dollars go to the federal government and we didn't get any services from it according to the accounting of the Alliance for a Healthy Kansas.