The father of a murdered teen whose body was found in a field Wednesday says he's getting by with the help and friends and is looking to the future.
A Hesston woman who turned a hobby into an international jewelry business is selling a specially designed necklace to help raise money for one of the Boston bombing victim's families.
Shocker fans returned to Wichita say they are just as proud of their team as they were when they first left for the Final Four
The Shockers are heading to Atlanta and so are plenty of their fans.
It may be spring but Sunday drivers were faced with what's become an all too familiar sight this winter; snow covered roads and icy conditions that are dangerous for drivers.
A lost dog was picked up and put down in less than 24 hours. Now the owner is telling her story in the hopes the Wichita Animal Shelter will make some changes.
The Kosmicki children's parents pulled off a surprise homecoming they will never forget.
For many people, preparing for the next winter storm means stocking their pantries.
It's tax season and police say it's also the time when thieves steal people's identities and their tax returns.
Last February, a Wichita woman died from stage four skin cancer. Her story made national headlines because in a very rare case, her cancer passed onto her unborn child.
Four-year-old Brooke McKown auditioned and was selected for the TLC reality show, Toddlers & Tiaras.
Radon is a radioactive gas and the second leading cause of lung cancer. According to a map from the Environmental Protection Agency, Kansas homeowners could be at a greater risk.
It happened just after two Saturday morning and the store's security cameras caught the whole smash and grab on camera.
For many, the new year is a time to lose weight and get in shape. But some gyms say the majority of new members that sweep in January 1st don't stick around very long.
With Christmas just around the corner, the Wichita Mid-Continent Airport was full of happy reunions.
As children head back to school for the first time since the shooting, local psychiatrists say it's natural for some children to be afraid. They say the best thing parents can do is talk to them.
Fans who couldn't make the trip to see Butler Community College play in the NJCAA National Championship game still got to experience a game day atmosphere.
It started as a class project. A Valley Center high school senior came up with a plan she thinks would help people avoid long waits at the tag office.
Parrish Alleman will take a look at some of the best deals around town, tell you where to find them and share tips from the shopping pros to help you come out on top this Black Friday.
With temperatures in the 30s, winter coats and warm hats were a must along the Arkansas City Veterans Day parade route.
It's your tax money at work - hundreds of thousands of dollars spent to defend the county against what some may consider outlandish and frivolous lawsuits.
William Gray was a Kansas photographer who never used film. His images were captured on glass plates. The museum in Stafford, Kansas is now home to those rare plates, and more importantly, home to an historic collection of images that tell us volumes about the people of the early 20th century.
With election day just nine days away, many Wichitans spent their Sunday questioning the candidates.
One Kansas community is reaching out to convicted sex offenders by asking them to identify themselves to trick-or-treaters.
About a hundred people signed a petition asking elected officials to support the passage of the Dream Act, that would provide undocumented students a path to citizenship.
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