Workers have put up a construction fence around the part of the Wichita State University parking lot located between the Morrison Hall administration building and Cessna Stadium.
Just after 1 a.m. Monday, April 15, two residential robberies occurred in the 1500 block of North Montana. Three men, one armed with a shotgun, were able to get into the first residence and surprise the victim. The victim was held at gunpoint while the other two suspects went through the residence. Electronics were the only thing taken.
McConnell Air Force Base will learn Wednesday morning whether it has been selected as one of the homes for the new refueling tankers.
Some Boeing employees in Oklahoma City suffered injuries and personal property damage in Monday’s tornado in Moore, Okla., Boeing officials said Tuesday.
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When storm sirens blare in Wichita, most students file into rooms designed to withstand 250 mph winds that can turn flying debris into deadly missiles.
State colleges would face a 3 percent budget cut over two years, but the University of Kansas School of Medicine in Wichita would be insulated from the reductions under a proposal House and Senate negotiators tentatively agreed to Tuesday.
Augusta is not taking chances when it comes to tornado safety at its public schools, Ewalt Elementary Principal Greg Clark said.
Wichita city officials continue to face three years of significant budget deficits, according to a budget planning update Tuesday from the city’s finance staff.
In the latest twist on tax talks, Senate Republicans pitched a compromise plan Tuesday to drop the state’s temporarily elevated sales tax from 6.3 percent to 6.25 percent while dropping income tax rates and phasing out almost all tax deductions.
A bill that bans use of state money to advocate for or against gun control won approval in the Kansas House and was sent to the governor Tuesday.
A Tennessee pharmacist pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Topeka to substituting a cheaper drug imported from China for kidney dialysis patients in Kansas.
Republicans inched closer to an agreement Tuesday on how to bring in more taxpayer money while also cutting income taxes.
State and local relief efforts got under way Tuesday to help tornado victims in Moore, Okla.
Via Christi Health announced Tuesday it will lay off up to 400 staff members across Kansas – about 4 percent of its workforce – by the end of June.
A Wichita man was convicted Tuesday of involuntary manslaughter in the Dec. 9 stabbing death of another man at a party in southeast Wichita.
A man who attempted to steal narcotics from Salyer Pharmacy near 21st and Broadway wound up being chased from the store by a clerk with a handgun, police said Tuesday.
The cities of Wichita and El Dorado have opened informal talks about the purchase of water from El Dorado Lake, according to an El Dorado city official.
Sedgwick County EMS is asking for two new crews and one ambulance in next year’s budget because of increased calls and fatigue among paramedics.