Maggi Watson celebrated her 98th birthday with a season-high score of 140, hitting three strikes in a row toward the end of that game Tuesday, July 25, 2017, at The Alley. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
98-year-old bowler celebrates birthday at alley
This donated car is going to change her life
Depression concerned this student. So he did something about it.
Wilson family of Valley Center enjoys memorable Friday
Cuban Cuisine with Armando Perez
Fuselage is pushed through museum’s halls
In the sky for July? Many lunar looks and meteors will fly
See when fireworks go wrong
Swimming with the ... penguins
Wichita superintendent thanks her dad on Father's Day
Teri West, a domestic violence survivor, received a "Recycled Ride," a 2012 Chevy Impala, on Thursday. "Recycled Rides" is a community service project of body shops and insurance companies. West is a client of Harbor House and was nominated by Catholic Charities of Wichita. Businesses that participated are Collision Specialists CARSTAR Auto Body and State Farm Insurance.
Ngoc Vuong, 17, a senior at South High School in Wichita, was recognized Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, as a Wal-Mart Everyday Hero. Vuong started ICTeens in Mind, a group dedicated to removing the stigma from students dealing with depression and other mental health issues.
A 737 fuselage with airplane seats and a screen was delivered to Exploration Place by Spirit AeroSystems on Tuesday. The “fuselage theater” is a key piece of Exploration Place’s “Design, Build, Fly" exhibit opening on Dec. 2.
Allen Morris dropped out of school in the 11th grade. He worked at junkyards, packing companies, foundries, gas stations, hospitals -- “Anything to keep from stealing,” as he put it later. Morris, 74, never escaped those humble origins, never made big money. But one thing sometimes leads to another: His son, Allen Jr., says he got a university degree because of his dad. His daughter, Alicia Thompson, says she got a doctorate because of her dad. (June 16, 2017) (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Luke Eck, a 2-year-old being treated for kidney cancer, got a surprise Thursday, June 15, 2017, when the Wichita Fire Department showed up at the doctor's office where Luke was receiving a chemo treatment. Luke and his twin, Levi, love firetrucks. (Video by Supriya Sridhar / The Wichita Eagle)
The Brick Fest Live LEGO Fan Experience at the Charlotte, N.C., Convention Center attracted large crowds Saturday, June 3, 2017. Brick Fest is the largest touring LEGO Fan Experience in the United States, featuring millions of LEGO bricks and hands-on attractions and activities. (Courtesy of Diedra Laird/Charlotte Observer)
A week after James "Papi" Conley helped Hutchinson win a national championship his mother Ann passes away due to a brain aneurysm. His mom always told him he was going to be a Division 1 basketball player and two days after she passed, Oral Roberts called and offered him a scholarship. He is now living out his mother's Division 1 dream for her. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
David and Lynn Gilkey have worked tirelessly for years to keep kids away from drugs. On April 3, Lynn's son, Ryan Marks, died after smoking a synthetic marijuana known as K2. (Video by Travis Heying / The Wichita Eagle)