Affidavit: 2 suspects in woman’s killing on Chautauqua had wrong address

Jacob Strouse and Brittany McDay are charged in the September death of Jacquelyn Harvey, 66, whose body was found in her house in the 300 block of South Chautauqua. Strouse, who went to collect money at a house on the same block, kicked in the door and shot Harvey before realizing he was at the wrong house, Strouse’s girlfriend told police in an interview that was recounted in a probable cause affidavit.


Alcides Escobar, Ben Zobrist help lift Royals over Astros, 5-4, even ALDS at 1-1

The baseball hung in the sky for a lifetime, floating like a horsehide-covered offering to the Baseball Gods who had been so cruel to the Royals for the first 15 innings of the American League Division Series. Ned Yost often jokes about the talismanic powers of Alcides Escobar as their leadoff hitter, but in the seventh inning of a series-tying, stress-reducing, mojo-restoring 5-4 victory over the Astros, the Royals experienced a genuine bit of magic.
Family members of Pradith Phousomthee, who authorities say was found dead in his Sedgwick County Jail cell on Oct. 4, look for answers involving his death while gathered at his home in Planeview on Friday. (Video by Fernando Salazar)


City invests in parks, kids

The Wichita City Council made two investments in the city’s children and well-being with its votes this week to build a third baseball field at McAdams Park and to upgrade Buffalo Park.


Tunisian democracy group wins Nobel Peace Prize

Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet cited for its 'decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy'

Prize is a big win for the nascent democracy, struck by 2 horrific extremist attacks this year

Tunisia is the home of the first and most successful Arab Spring movement


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