So many questions, so many concerns.
So many questions, so many concerns.
Last year at this time, 22-year-old Annie Stuhlsatz and the older siblings in her family were planning to dye Easter eggs and hide them in baskets of grass and green wheat gathered from the fields around their small farm in the shadow of St. Mary Aleppo Church.
Kaitlin Albright likes to kill computerized people in video games. She is a native of Caldwell, Kan., a little town on the Oklahoma state line; she is a 19-year-old freshman at Wichita State University. She has killed people in video games since she was 2 years old.
Outside of Wichita South High School, a crisp “ten-hut” breaks an otherwise quiet, sunny morning.
Kansas childrens book authors Dian Curtis Regan, Debra Seely, Christie Merriman Breault, Beverley Buller and Clare Vanderpool will sign copies of their books from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25, at Eighth Day Books, 2838 E. Douglas.
A new attendance boundary plan presented to Wichita school board members Monday would close four elementary schools, relocate Northeast Magnet High School and keep most high school assignments the same.
Layoffs and reorganization at the state Department of Labor have led to a substantial backlog in unemployment appeals, leaving more than 6,500 Kansans waiting months to find out if they’ll qualify for benefits.
A free-market group says it has completed its petition drive to put the Ambassador Hotel guest tax provision on the ballot for public vote, collecting a little more than 3,500 signatures.
More than 100 people took part in a candlelight vigil and walk Thursday in Wichita to commemorate World Aids Day. The event began at the Wichita Art Museum and ended up at the Mid-America All-Indian Center.
Sens. Pat Roberts and Jerry Moran have filed a bill in Congress to restore state authority to oversee the safety of facilities that store natural gas in underground caverns, in an effort to prevent potentially deadly explosions like the ones that rocked Hutchinson 10 years ago.
The Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas plans to use $3.4 million in federal funds to build 24 apartments for low-income seniors and provide rent subsidies.
The recent fatal fire in what was supposed to be a vacant house vividly illustrated why this can be a particularly dangerous time of year for fires, officials say.
Its been a year now since someone pried open a hole in the back of a transmission shop in Colwich and made off with a truck and $100,000 in tools.
Jim Hershberger lived a big life.
Seventeen alpacas were on display for an open barn at the Royal Plush Alpaca Ranch in Rose Hill. The unique take on Small Business Saturday and the Black Friday shopping weekend brought out people curious about the animals, who are the cute cousin to the llama, said Mike Green.
David Hill figures he feeds about 300 homeless people a month near the corner of William and Main, where he’s been serving hot food every third Saturday for the past two years.
As vice president of the National Basketball Players Association, Maurice Evans has been directly involved in the negotiations that have led to the current NBA lockout and possible loss of the 2011-12 season. Because he wasnt playing basketball in Washington this week, Evans decided to take advantage of an opportunity to return to his hometown of Wichita to help deliver 500 turkeys as part of the NBAs annual Great Turkey Giveaway.
A first-draft proposal for new Wichita school attendance boundaries would close five elementary schools, add classes to eight existing elementary schools and shift where many students go to school.
Northbound Woodlawn remains closed at 21st Street on Tuesday morning in the wake of a construction crew drilling into a water line there Monday afternoon.
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