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People at Wichita Oasis start showing up at around 10 a.m. on Sunday morning, drinking coffee and chatting before the music begins. Once children... [Read More]
People at Wichita Oasis start showing up at around 10 on Sunday morning, drinking coffee and chatting before the music begins. [Read More]
The project could have turned the former Finney State Office Building into offices, residential and educational space in downtown Wichita. [Read More]
About 20 stations will be tested primarily through downtown Wichita. [Read More]
The new CT scanner at the VA center can take 320 slices, or images, per rotation, compared to the more common 64-slice and 128-slice scanners. [Read More]
Trust Women received an $88,640 grant to offer long-acting reversible contraception to women who are low-income or without insurance. [Read More]
The former Wichita school turned apartment complex is listed for $790,000. [Read More]
Sedgwick County falls near the middle of the pack when it comes to overall health, according to new rankings that show the healthiest and least... [Read More]
The Conservation Reserve Program has restricted guidelines for grazing, something that has protected agriculturally sensitive land since 1985. [Read More]
The FBI has charted a rise in hate crimes against Muslims since 9/11. [Read More]
The church started in 1912, but membership has dwindled in recent years. [Read More]
The free community event "We All Eat" takes place from 3 to 7 p.m. on Thursday at the Sedgwick County Extension Office. It is sponsored... [Read More]
Family Promise uses a network of 13 churches that provide overnight housing to families as they find jobs, get housing and move toward independence. [Read More]
The accreditation for Wesley Medical Center's cancer program comes from the Commission on Cancer, part of the American College of Surgeons. [Read More]
Wesley Healthcare has named Scott Barnett as its new market director of cardiovascular services. He will oversee all cardiovascular services, catheterization labs and electrophysiology labs... [Read More]
Rooster, who died Saturday in the line of duty, wasn't wearing a bullet-proof vest. [Read More]
Even as some are excited about a bill currently in committee in the Kansas Senate, the rollout of the Republican proposal to replace the Affordable... [Read More]
The United Methodist Church is currently assessing its views on sexuality, something mentioned in its news release about the church split. [Read More]
Cancer screenings include skin, prostate, home kits and mammography services. [Read More]
A Dead Sea Scrolls scholar will describe the scrolls' impact on views of the Bible at presentations April 6 at Friends University. [Read More]