Updated: 12:23 PM A South Barber High School Freshman died Sunday from H1N1 and other complications.
Updated: 9:40 AM Play begins Friday October 30.
Updated: 3:20 PM Sedgwick County leaders say they had to shut down two main roads at the same time or they would lose millions of dollars in federal funding.
Updated: 8:06 AM KAKE Aviation Reporter Chris Frank is in Orlando, Florida, speaking with leaders of Wichita aviation companies.
Updated: 9:04 PM A Wichita woman apparently hit the accelerator instead of the brake crashing her vehicle into the Asian Groceries at 21st and Woodlawn.
Posted: 7:49 PM Efforts to keep a killer behind bars play out before a parole board Monday. Donald Wacker was convicted in the 1990 murder of 9-year-old Nancy Shoemaker. Now he's hoping to regain his freedom.
Updated: 7:50 PM The Sedgwick County Health Department is out of seasonal flu shots.
Updated: 10:35 PM Was it an accident? Police are still investigating. But on one issue, almost everybody agrees: it could have been prevented.
Posted: 10:54 PM The first two weeks of October are the coldest in history.
Updated: 7:13 PM Two train engines provide the backdrop for the celebration of the Central Rail Corridor dedication.
Updated: 11:41 PM Some families rarely get together with their siblings even if they may be the only family they have left. That's not the case for an incredible group of siblings who are together in one foster home for now, but are worried that will change in the future. It shouldn't.
Updated: 11:16 PM Senator Jean Schodorf is calling for a complete investigation into the state's prison system. That, after a Topeka newspaper reports sex abuse by prison workers.
Updated: 11:43 PM A Wellington man is facing charges of involuntary manslaughter after a car crash Saturday left one of his teenage passengers injured and the other dead.
Updated: 9:55 PM Brayden Popplewell, 19, survived a DUI crash earlier this year, while a separate accident this summer claimed the life of her older brother.
Updated: 7:16 PM Bill Greer, vice-president and general manager of Airbus North America wants to expand the current Airbus offices to the building recently vacated by the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame.
Updated: 12:23 PM The first doses of the H1N1 vaccine should arrive in Sedgwick County this week.
Updated: 12:07 AM A somber gathering of about 200 people held a candlelight vigil in memory of Deputy Brian S. Etheridge.
Updated: 5:30 PM Some of the 240 Hawker employees who received WARN notices Friday say their jobs aren't going away, but are being subcontracted at lower rates.
Updated: 11:18 PM Hundreds line the streets of Parsons, standing in the pouring rain as the body of Daniel Cox is brought home to rest.
Updated: 11:03 PM The Wichita Tigers Youth Football teams are without uniforms after ordering from an overseas company.
Updated: 10:29 PM Hazel Lister believes keeping her mind busy has kept her alive and full of spirit for all of her 104 years.
Updated: 5:44 PM Wichita Area Technical College is enjoying an all-time high in the number of students and number of credit hours being taught, up 13% from last year’s enrollment.