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ICT Food Rescue moves out of Towne West Mall

ICT Food Rescue moves out of Towne West Mall

Last week ICT Food Rescue packed up and moved from Towne West Mall to Woodland United Methodist Church. 

Husband of former Chiefs cheerleader who died after stillbirth speaks out on his loss

Husband of former Chiefs cheerleader who died after stillbirth speaks out on his loss

Tragedy struck on March 20, when Krystal Anderson died of cardiac arrest caused by sepsis at 40 years old after another stillbirth

Suspect charged in fatal stabbing of Wichita man along Arkansas River

Suspect charged in fatal stabbing of Wichita man along Arkansas River

The victim, Lonnie Hunter of Wichita, was found along a walking path. He died at the scene.

Suspect and victim identified in deadly south Wichita shooting

Suspect and victim identified in deadly south Wichita shooting

Damarqua Edwards was booked early Wednesday for first-degree murder and possession of marijuana.

Candlelight vigil held for 19-year-old victim of deadly south Wichita shooting

Candlelight vigil held for 19-year-old victim of deadly south Wichita shooting

Family gathered to light candles and release balloons into the sky, to honor the life of their son, brother, and friend.

Water shut off at Towne West Square over delinquent bill

Water shut off at Towne West Square over delinquent bill

A City of Wichita spokesperson confirmed the water was shut off Wednesday morning.

City of Wichita investing $5 million towards affordable housing

City of Wichita investing $5 million towards affordable housing

The program will develop what the city says are safe, healthy and affordable housing options for income-qualified residents.

OJ Simpson, former football star acquitted of murder, dies at 76

OJ Simpson, former football star acquitted of murder, dies at 76

O.J. Simpson, the former football great who was accused of and ultimately acquitted of the brutal 1994 slayings of his ex-wife and her friend, has died

Victim in fatal Newton hit-and-run identified as Kansas journalist training for annual Father Kapaun Pilgrimage

Victim in fatal Newton hit-and-run identified as Kansas journalist training for annual Father Kapaun Pilgrimage

The woman killed in Monday's fatal hit-and-run in Newton has been identified.

‘We were terrified’: A roadside birth and the harsh reality of maternity deserts in Kansas, Missouri

‘We were terrified’: A roadside birth and the harsh reality of maternity deserts in Kansas, Missouri

Not only did Frankie Redenbaugh’s birth make the front page of the local paper, but area television stations and social media also shared the blessed event.

Another city-owned 'ghost town' neighborhood in south Wichita is about to get a facelift

Another city-owned 'ghost town' neighborhood in south Wichita is about to get a facelift

City Councilman Mike Hoheisel says the city owns nearly fifty homes in the neighborhood, and most of them have been abandoned and boarded up for about five years now, but they're about to get fixed up.

MISSING IN KANSAS: John Scott Hislop

MISSING IN KANSAS: John Scott Hislop

He is without important medication to sustain his life, family says.

McPherson boutique hopes to stay open amid low foot traffic

McPherson boutique hopes to stay open amid low foot traffic

It's been Lika Cobb’s dream since she was four years old to own a boutique- a dream first achieved two and a half years ago when she opened La Belle. 

Johnson County Sheriff's Office: 'No evidence of foul play' in death of Cole Brings Plenty

Johnson County Sheriff's Office: 'No evidence of foul play' in death of Cole Brings Plenty

Brings Plenty's body was found after an abandoned vehicle was discovered near Edgerton in southwest Johnson County last Friday.

Crime Stoppers: Wichita business makes changes after gunpoint robbery

Crime Stoppers: Wichita business makes changes after gunpoint robbery

If you recognize the robber or know anything about this case, call Crime Stoppers at 316-267-2111 or scan the QR Code. You could be eligible to receive a cash reward.

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice surrenders to police on assault charge after high-speed crash

Kansas City Chiefs' Rashee Rice surrenders to police on assault charge after high-speed crash

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice has surrendered to police on charges including aggravated assault after he and another driver of a speeding sports car allegedly caused a crash on a Dallas highway last month.

Newton hires goats to clear brush from industrial property

Newton hires goats to clear brush from industrial property

The city said the goats from Restoration Grazing are clearing city owned last in the Kansas Logistics Park that is optioned by K&O Railroad.