Sedgwick County Commissioners approved a speed limit change on 93rd Street North, by Valley Center High School.
A city pool closed last spring should be open again in two years and it's getting a multimillion dollar makeover.
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.
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.
The Wichita City Council approved street improvements at NewMarket Square near 29th and Maize Road, in Northwest Wichita.
There were half a dozen grass fires in Saline county Monday night. The sheriff's office says they could be arson.
A majority of landowners in the Ranchos del Rio additions, in West Valley Center, have signed a petition for de-annexation.
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.
Wichita School Board of Education members are seeking community input on the future of Southeast High School.
After a tragedy like the Boston bombings, the first question many people ask around the country is how can they help?
The Sedgwick County Commission may pass a resolution to further support the Second Amendment, which guarantees the right to keep and bear arms.
Local runners are returning back to Wichita from Boston today.
Valley Center Schools are battling budget cuts and leaders are looking for ways to pay for the new all-day kindergarten program.
The Wichita City Council held a special ceremony this morning for four elected officials who won in the general election.
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.
A day before the Wichita State University men's basketball team leaves for the Final Four, they participated in Media Day.
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.
Fans are supporting the Shockers with their wallets and with their creativity this week.
The batteries in the blanket can overheat, posing a burn hazard.
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.
The infestation was discovered while the center was preparing to make $8.6 million in renovations. First things first, the bats have to go.
Battling the blizzards cost the city's Public Works and Utilities department just over $400,000.
Crews with the Kansas Department of Transportation coated highways across the Wichita metro area with a salt brine mix today.
The Wichita City Council is deciding the future of local programs that are facing a funding cut.
Wichita City Council members unanimously voted to endorse the 10-year Wichita Bicycle Master Plan at today's meeting.
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