Sunshine, light southerly breezes and highs in the mid-70s are expected in the metropolitan area Monday, forecasters say. Itll be only the second time since mid-November that the temperature has been in the 70s.
Wichita State University sophomore Cole Heimerman and five of his best college friends drove all night to St. Louis in two separate cars, arriving groggy but determined early Friday morning.
Should an A in advanced placement physics count more toward a student’s grade point average than one in basic math, physical education or choir?
Five Serbian women and their facilitator are in Wichita this week making friends and learning about how Kansas businesses, government, arts and charity functions are conducted.
A fire at College Elementary School last summer caused more than $5 million damage – “substantially more than the initial assessment,” according to a district document.
Each Monday, The Eagle highlights a government record that is available to the public. Open records help people keep government in check and help them better understand how government affects their lives.
Wichita police said Sunday they are investigating a shooting at 10th and Cleveland that has left a 23-year-old woman dead.
Constitutional crisis averted.
If you think life changed after the Internet emerged, wait until you see what’s coming next.
No. 2 Wichita State is 34-0 and will take more wins into the NCAA Tournament than any team in the events 76-year history. The Shockers defeated Indiana State 83-69 on Sunday in the championship game of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament in St. Louis and are expected to earn a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, the first in program history.
Wichita police are investigating a stabbing that happened in the 1030 block of South Broadway, near Lincoln.
Two men robbed a pizza delivery driver late Saturday night – for his pizza.
Michael C. Weigand, senior vice president of Wichita real estate company J.P. Weigand & Sons and longtime real estate professional, died Friday evening after suffering from failing health, a colleague said. He was 81.
Democrats say they think they have a shot at the title this year.
Fans from other Missouri Valley Conference schools cheering on their teams in St. Louis this weekend are short on numbers at least in comparison to the 7,500 Shocker fans who stuffed Scottrade Center on Saturday.
Model trains may seem small as they chug past tiny replicas of farms and towns, but they proudly carried the attention of hundreds Saturday at the Great Train Expo at Century II.
Check this spot on Sundays for a few quick hits about what’s driving the debate in the Legislature.
Jeremy Weinman and Brian Brown share at least two things.
When you get into a Wichita taxicab, you face about a 1-in-10 chance of being driven by someone with a felony criminal record.
The public is invited to a legislative forum, set for March 15.