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Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga in Wichita this weekend

Today at 2:42 p.m.

Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga, an adviser to Pope Francis, will visit Wichita this weekend for an event local Catholics have been planning for months.

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  • Sedgwick County Fair

    Rabbits, chickens, goats and other animals were judged in 4-H competitions at the Sedgwick County Fair on July 10, 2014. (Video by Jaime Green)

  • From on top of Verruckt

    A look from the top of Verruckt at Schlitterbahn Kansas City on Wednesday July 9, 2014 in Kansas City, Kansas. Video by John Sleezer/The Kansas City Star

  • Halstead Hospital owner wants to reopen

    The owner of the former Halstead Hospital said he continues to push to reopen the building, while locals remain skeptical. (Video by Dan Voorhis) July 9, 2014

  • First riders down Verruckt Wednesday

    The first riders went down Verruckt on Wednesday July 9, 2014 at Schlitterbahn Water Park in Kansas City, Kansas. Video by John Sleezer.

  • First riders test Verruckt, world's tallest water slide

    Please note even though it looks like a GoPro, this was filmed with the Garmin VIRB action camera. Get a look at the first ride down the Verrückt, the world's tallest and scariest water slide located in Kansas City. Featuring waterpark designer Jeff Henry and ride engineer John Schooley. All rights reserved to Schlitterbahn Development Group and Garmin. Music by: Feed Me - Grand Theft Ecstasy

  • MIke Pompeo debates Todd Tiahrt

    Fourth District GOP candidate Mike Pompeo's closing statement during a debate with Todd Tiahrt at a Wichita Crime Commission luncheon. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle)

  • Todd Tiahrt debates Mike Pompeo

    Fourth District GOP candidate Todd Tiahrt's closing statement during a debate with Mike Pompeo at a Wichita Crime Commission luncheon. (Mike Hutmacher, The Wichita Eagle)

  • One dead in officer-involved shooting

    Cassious and Kyre Randolf talk about their cousin who was shot by a WPD officer after a suicide call near Rock and Lincoln Friday. He was later pronounced dead at the hospital (Video by Fernando Salazar)

  • 24th annual Riverside children's parade

    Riverside Citizens Association's Fourth of July Pancake Breakfast and Children's Parade.

  • Pages the library cat

    Pages, a tuxedo cat who lives at the Valley Center Public Library, is now a big fan of social media. She's on Twitter, Instagram and is blogging about her adventures. (video by Jaime Green) July 1, 2014

  • Stay Protected From Mosquitos

    In coordination with the Kansas Department of Health and Environment and the Kansas Biological Survey, the Sedgwick County Health Department kicks off their "Fight the Bite" campaign. About 200 mosquitos were trapped and in a demonstration for media Wednesday. Video by Shelby Reynolds

  • Local Fans Come Out To Support U.S. In World Cup

    Local soccer fans came to The Monarch to support the U.S. In their quest to advance at the World Cup against Belgium Tuesday. (Video by Fernando Salazar)

  • Wichita's GreenAcres Wins Retail Award

    Wichita's largest local natural market has been named the 2014 Retailer of the Year by Whole Foods Magazine, which GreenAcres owner Barb Hoffmann calls the bible of her industry.

  • Stop leads to arrest of homicide suspects

    Law enforcement officers stopped a car at 21st and Hillside in Wichita, Kan. on Monday, June 30, 2014, and took into custody three people as part of an investigation into a homicide in California. (Video by Nikki Hernandez)

  • Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Hobby Lobby

    Supreme Court says employers with religious objections can refuse to pay for contraception. (June 30)

  • United flight diverted to Wichita

    Passengers on-board a United flight made an unexpected stop in Wichita on Sunday night. (June 29, 2014)

  • Local Bagpipers Get Ready for Fourth of July Event

    The Wichita Caledonian Pipes and Drummers rehearse for their upcoming Fourth of July event in Philadelphia. (Video by Fernando Salazar)

  • Jazz students onstage

    Friends University Jazz Director Lisa Hittle does most of the booking for jazz gigs in Wichita. She mostly books her students to play and doesn't to book anything that won't pay a fair wage. The students not only get a chance to practice live performances, but they also get enough regular gigs to pay for bills instead of getting a side job outside of their musical focus. (Video by Fernando Salazar)

  • How To Plant Pumpkin Seeds

    Fourth of July is deadline for a Halloween harvest.

  • Least tern colony

    Naturalist Bob Gress shows us around the endangered least tern colony in Wichita, Kansas on June 26, 2014. (Video by Jaime Green)

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Eagle editorial: Judge deserves rebuke

July 9 at 5:28 p.m.

The Kansas Supreme Court should follow a state panel’s recommendation and publicly censure Sedgwick County District Judge Timothy Henderson for violating judicial conduct rules. And voters should remember the rebuke if Henderson runs for office again.

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