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Wichita Mayor Brandon Whipple announced Monday his first advisory council on diversity, inclusion and civil rights. [Read More]
Circle High School is paying it forward by donating a truck full of perishable food items from Farms to Families to the community. [Read More]
Every year, Kansas allows people to fish without a license during the first weekend in June. [Read More]
Police in riot gear clashed with demonstrators north Wichita early Tuesday morning. [Read More]
Antibody testing has a growing interest, but is it reliable? Sedgwick County Health Department and the CDC say antibody testing isn't reliable yet, and testing... [Read More]
Meteorologist Jake Dunne says we just missed hitting 90 degrees on Monday (in Wichita), however today looks hotter as we climb into the lower 90s... [Read More]
A therapist at Comcare says viral incidents of police brutality and racial violence can take a toll on African American community. [Read More]
Monday morning was the first time that high school athletes in Kansas could return to school for summer workouts. For some, it's the first time... [Read More]
While businesses open across Kansas, the struggle continues for many trying to get back into to the workforce. [Read More]
While the documentation and spread on social media raises awareness about an issue that concerns many, COMCARE of Sedgwick County therapist Shi Slaughter says these... [Read More]
So far, rallies in Wichita have been peaceful in the call for justice in the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minn., a contract from... [Read More]
A bride reunites with her grandpa wearing her wedding gown after retirement community eases Covid-19 restrictions. [Read More]
The FBI is asking for the public's help to identify people who are inciting violence during peaceful protests across the nation. [Read More]
One day after Target, Walmart and CVS announced the closing some of stores in cities affected by rioting and looting, several Kansas locations, including in... [Read More]
With Monday being the filing deadline for candidates to officially get their names on a ballot in the 2020 election, the stage is set for... [Read More]
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is speaking out about the recent deaths of unarmed black people at the hands of law enforcement and others. [Read More]
The Wichita Police Department is working on programs to improve its relationships with low-income areas throughout the city. [Read More]
Early summer weather will continue to expand with a midweek chance for some storms. [Read More]
The numbers of people gathering together across the U.S. continues to climb as masses march and chant, seeking an end to police brutality and discrimination... [Read More]
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports Monday 10,011 cases of COVID-19 in 88 counties with 217 deaths reported as of 9 a.m., an... [Read More]
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