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Wounded Kansas veteran using his story to inspire others to never give up
Wounded Kansas veteran using his story to inspire others to never give up

In 2010, just days away from finishing his tour in Afghanistan, Jonathon Blank had no idea his life was about to change forever. 

Kansas trooper saves newborn baby who stopped breathing on Mother's Day

Kansas trooper saves newborn baby who stopped breathing on Mother's Day

Master Trooper Evan Jacks was recognized at the Friday at the Triangle Club Rodeo in Greenburg for his heroic acts on May 12.

Trego County hospital targeted by ransomware attack

Trego County hospital targeted by ransomware attack

Officials with Trego County Lemke Memorial Hospital believes perpetrators did not access or steal any personal identification information or protected health information.

Wichita City Council approves changes to neighborhood fireworks ordinance

Wichita City Council approves changes to neighborhood fireworks ordinance

This year, safe and sane fireworks like smoke bombs and sparklers can be shot off from June 27-July 5. Aerial fireworks can be shot off July 3-5. In addition, aerial fireworks will be available for sale in Wichita.

Free breakfast, lunches available this summer for all kids in the Wichita area

Free breakfast, lunches available this summer for all kids in the Wichita area

Beginning next week, Wichita Public Schools will offer free breakfast and lunch to any child who needs them, not just kids in the district. 

MISSING IN KANSAS: Teria Orsini McKnight

MISSING IN KANSAS: Teria Orsini McKnight

The missing teen may be out-of-state.

Town of Burrton, Kansas rallying together after widespread storm damage

Town of Burrton, Kansas rallying together after widespread storm damage

Burrton resident Jennie Black decided to get out of town before the storm hit Sunday night, and she says she was beyond confused by what she found when she got home.

People of Newton begin to recover after severe weather damaged multiple buildings

People of Newton begin to recover after severe weather damaged multiple buildings

People in Newton spent the day cleaning up tree debris and in some cases, whole trees, after the weekend storms.

Reno County sees substantial damage following storms

Reno County sees substantial damage following storms

People living in Reno County spent most of Monday cleaning up the streets, and their yards after the damaging storm that rolled through Sunday night.

Barton County family home damaged, barn destroyed by severe weather

Barton County family home damaged, barn destroyed by severe weather

Severe weather across Kansas had many people preparing for the worst. 

Wichita police asking for help in finding missing teens

Wichita police asking for help in finding missing teens

Winry Ewertt and Lakita Bowles were last seen in the 13th Street North and Jeanette area at approximately 1 p.m. Monday. 

Newton to begin tree limb collection Wednesday morning

Newton to begin tree limb collection Wednesday morning

Starting at 7 a.m., crews will begin in Street Maintenance Area 1, east of South Pine between Southeast 14th Street and East First Street. They will work their way through each maintenance area in order.

Residents cleaning up after severe storms ripped through KAKEland Sunday

Residents cleaning up after severe storms ripped through KAKEland Sunday

Communities in northern and central Kansas experienced tree damage, power outages, large hail and high winds as a line of severe storms trekked across the state Sunday.

American Red Cross opens shelter in Newton for storm victims

American Red Cross opens shelter in Newton for storm victims

The American Red Cross has opened a shelter in Newton for residents displaced by severe storms.

WPD searching for missing 13-year-old

WPD searching for missing 13-year-old

Anyone with details on his whereabouts should call 911 immediately. 

Free legal advice offered to Kansas residents

Free legal advice offered to Kansas residents

With just a few clicks Kansas residents are able to have free legal advice. 

Blue-green algae warnings issued for 4 Kansas lakes

Blue-green algae warnings issued for 4 Kansas lakes

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks have issued a public health advisory due to blue-green algae.

Missing in Kansas: Noah Compton

Missing in Kansas: Noah Compton

He may be with another teen out-of-state.

Andover YMCA set to reopen on May 20

Andover YMCA set to reopen on May 20

The night of April 29th, 2022 is a night that remains fresh in the minds of many Andover residents. However there's reason to celebrate as the YMCA, which was badly damaged, is set to reopen.

'Lot of work, but a lot of fun': Long-time Emporia roller rink up for sale

'Lot of work, but a lot of fun': Long-time Emporia roller rink up for sale

A roller-skating rink in Emporia, owned by the same family for the last 50 years, is up for sale.

Wichita's self-service kayak rentals are 50% off this weekend

Wichita's self-service kayak rentals are 50% off this weekend

Wichita Mayor Lily Wu says self-service kayak rentals will be 50% off this weekend to celebrate the 50th birthday of the Keeper of the Plains.

Kansas one of 11 states where child care for 2 is at least double the cost of rent

Kansas one of 11 states where child care for 2 is at least double the cost of rent

If you think your rent is high, just look at your childcare bill. Child Care Aware of America's latest report shows, Kansas is one of 11 states where child care is at least twice the cost of rent.

Blue Angels to headline air show at McConnell AFB this summer

Blue Angels to headline air show at McConnell AFB this summer

Base officials said the U.S. Navy Blue Angels will headline the event, which also includes a wide variety of civilian and military static aircraft.

Silver Alert called off for missing Wichita man

Silver Alert called off for missing Wichita man

He is no longer missing.

Credit fraud experts say monitor all accounts after City of Wichita cyberattack

Credit fraud experts say monitor all accounts after City of Wichita cyberattack

The City of Wichita says some personal information including names, Social Security numbers, and credit card numbers were compromised in last week's cyberattack.

City of Wichita: Personal, financial data compromised in cyberattack

City of Wichita: Personal, financial data compromised in cyberattack

The city says certain files were copied from their computer network without permission between May 3 and 4, including names, Social Security numbers, driver’s license or state identification card numbers, and payment card information.