Fair will be held Tuesday-Thursday in Wichita
Several traffic tie-ups caused by slick roads and drivers following too close behind other vehicles.
The Care Cab program offered free cab rides on New Year's Eve, but some Wichitans did not get the deal.
A Florida man says he's going to spend the next month living in a fenced enclosure with two African lions.
Being "home for the holidays" is turning out to being home longer than planned for some flying through Mid-Continent Airport.
Nearly half a million people are injured every year in crashes blamed on distracted drivers. Kansas is doing its best to lower those numbers, putting the hammer down on people who text while driving.
The Brookside satellite of the Hunter Health Clinic is expanding its medical services and adding new vision services in Planeview for the new year.
A fight that started over a game of dominoes ended with a fatal stabbing.
Sales to the public begin at 5:00 p.m.
Wichita's Intrust Bank arena has been up and running for nearly one year, and has yet to have an event with a packed house. That is, until a Shocker showdown Tuesday night.
An 8-year-old from Andover raises $1,500 to buy a chocolate grinding machine for a small mother's group in Guatemala.
A recent ceremonial delivery of a KC-135 tanker from Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota means McConnell Air Force Base has more tankers than any other base.
Cars for Christmas accepts donated cars, makes sure they're mechanically sound and then gives them away to people who really need them.
The historic Coleman building is set to be torn down next month.
Three weekend fatal crashes increases the number to 28 total deaths for the year.
Jessie Garland was ordered to serve a year in a federal penitentiary and pay the city of Wichita over $150,000 in restitution. Garland wants to make sure people know she didn't steal any money.
This year marks the 16th Annual Battle of the Badges Campaign where the Police Department will compete against the Fire Department to see who can get more people to donate blood for the American Red Cross.
Drug Enforcement Unit officers are helping the Hutchinson Fire Department in the investigation of a camper fire that injured two people.
Kansas Food Bank in the running for a big donation from Walmart
Sedgwick County deputies delivering 500 food baskets to people who have been identified as needing assistance this holiday season.
Some real trash talk is expected at City Hall Tuesday. Wichita City Council members should get an earful when residents share their opinions on proposed changes to local trash service.
Wichita police are looking for a white GMC Envoy SUV which left the scene of a shooting. Two men were shot, and one has died from his wounds.
The Wichita Police Department is on holiday horse patrol from today through Christmas.
Books for Life is donating 200 guitars to children in Nicaragua who have no musical instruments.
A patient of the clinic accidentally hit the gas instead of the brake and drove through the front glass of the building.
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