Updated: 8:46 AM A Wichita woman who has lived in Moore, Oklahoma for the past three years is staying with her mother in Wichita after that tornado destroyed most of her neighborhood.
Updated: 9:41 AM If you received a KAKE text alert regarding the Boston Marathon, please disregard. It was a glitch in our text alert system.
Updated: 11:11 AM Sedgwick County Commissioners approved a speed limit change on 93rd Street North, by Valley Center High School.
Posted: 10:26 PM A city pool closed last spring should be open again in two years and it's getting a multimillion dollar makeover.
Updated: 8:16 AM This is an update to a story we first told you about last summer. Since then, the city of Newton has spent the last year trying to come up with a solution.
Updated: 7:46 PM The Wichita City Council approved a memorandum of understanding to continue collaboration between a volunteer group and the Wichita Police Department on issues of racial profiling.
Updated: 6:30 PM The Wichita City Council approved street improvements at NewMarket Square near 29th and Maize Road, in Northwest Wichita.
Posted: 10:32 PM There were half a dozen grass fires in Saline county Monday night. The sheriff's office says they could be arson.
Updated: 8:01 PM A majority of landowners in the Ranchos del Rio additions, in West Valley Center, have signed a petition for de-annexation.
Posted: 10:40 PM It may be the end of April, but Tuesday it looked and felt like winter. The winter-like weather caused big problems for spring sporting events around the state.
Updated: 9:25 PM Wichita School Board of Education members are seeking community input on the future of Southeast High School.
Updated: 10:40 PM After a tragedy like the Boston bombings, the first question many people ask around the country is how can they help?
Updated: 7:05 PM The Sedgwick County Commission may pass a resolution to further support the Second Amendment, which guarantees the right to keep and bear arms.
Updated: 9:23 AM Local runners are returning back to Wichita from Boston today.
Updated: 7:22 PM Valley Center Schools are battling budget cuts and leaders are looking for ways to pay for the new all-day kindergarten program.
Updated: 7:26 PM The Wichita City Council held a special ceremony this morning for four elected officials who won in the general election.
Updated: 6:33 PM Every class at Clark Davidson Elementary in Goddard is participating in 'Shocker Week.' It is a week dedicated to supporting the team and learning lessons related to the Shockers.
Updated: 6:26 PM A day before the Wichita State University men's basketball team leaves for the Final Four, they participated in Media Day.
Posted: 10:41 PM In light of the many tragedies we've seen in schools across the nation, the Valley Center School District is ramping up their security measures to keep their students safe.
Updated: 8:05 PM Fans are supporting the Shockers with their wallets and with their creativity this week.
Updated: 9:35 AM The batteries in the blanket can overheat, posing a burn hazard.
Updated: 10:27 PM West Wichita drivers have another new construction zone to factor into their commute. This one is the next step in connecting I-235 to 13th.
Updated: 7:42 PM The infestation was discovered while the center was preparing to make $8.6 million in renovations. First things first, the bats have to go.
Posted: 10:37 PM Battling the blizzards cost the city's Public Works and Utilities department just over $400,000.
Updated: 7:20 PM Crews with the Kansas Department of Transportation coated highways across the Wichita metro area with a salt brine mix today.
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