Mariah Shepherd of Andover overcomes disabilities
Shirley Hutchinson takes care of the cats at Old Cowtown
The McClures adopted four children so the brothers and sisters wouldn't be separated, and now this loving family is now facing a life and death medical issue
Mike Rausch has worked behind the scene for decades to help make McPherson's 'All Schools Day' a reality
Fred Smith has become one of the backbones of the small Kansas town of Tipton
Join me as I travel to Assaria and introduce you to Brandon and Dawn Sherwood, known for their unique wood carvings and stories
Larry Hatteberg takes a look at a section of park Wichita that's known for friendly squirrels
Tiny community feels 'whole' again as St. Joseph bucks the trend by staying alive when other small towns are failing
Barry Patton has received worldwide recognition for playing unusual instruments
I call him, the 'Mayor of Memories'
In 2002, I met with Rueben Schupbach, an extraordinary man who knew a lot about birds, bees, and living a good life
Callie Jones has been through tragedy and triumph over the past ten years
90 year-old Lenora Graham of Florence stays busy through volunteering for others
Lindsborg's Swedish Crown Restraurant reopens with new owners
The legendary singer's niece and nephew shares their memories and memorabilia of their famous aunt
Long-time KFDI News director Dan Dillon stepping away from the microphone after 34 years on the air in Wichita
On Hatteberg's People, Cori Eck is one of those women who you meet who seems to have the strength of lions.
The last Kings-X restaurant in Wichita will close on Sunday. It's been there since the 1960s and for many, especially at breakfast, they've been going for decades.
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.
The leaves from the oaks, maples and cottonwoods all have one thing in common - they are destined to fall to become natures fodder, to be sacrificed so that next season can bring new life.
World War II veterans' stories are fast disappearing, but in Abilene many of those stories are being saved by teenagers.
Ally Britton didn't always know turkeys were her future. She started out a classically trained chef but is now running a turkey farm south of Ellsoworth.
A year ago, Coronado-Quivera Museum Curator Maggie Carlson heard about a traveling Smithsonian exhibit and now her museum is the first in Kansas to have it.
Although she just graduated high school, 18-year-old Cassoday Harder of Newton is already making a name for herself as a photographer.
Sometimes life gets more interesting as you age. That would be the case for Great Bend resident Art Cravens and his wife LaRea.
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