Mothers read the children's book "Llama Llama" to their little llamas at the Wichita Public Library Central Branch. The book's author, Anna Dewdney, recently passed away. (video by Jaime Green / September 16, 2016)
Local mamas read "Llama Llama"
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Rain, mud add layer of authenticity to Civil War event
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“Civil War Day” at Wichita’s Old Cowtown Museum featured more rain and mud than it did muskets and cannons. Despite the miserable conditions, the re-enactors taking part said they appreciated the authenticity that the rain brought to the experience. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
McKenzie Sherman, 18, held a special graduation at the bedside of her mother at St. Luke’s Hospital. “She doesn’t have much time left here on earth, but she will forever be in my heart,” Sherman wrote.
The fashion expectations for the former model ran high from the get-go. Critics have largely been kind and admiring in their critiques of FLOTUS (first lady of the United States) fashion in Trump’s first 100 days on the job.
Darren Bradburn with Bradburn Wrecking works to pull down the final section of The Wichita Eagle distribution center, just south of the main building. It had to be carefully coordinated between the two operators. It "came down perfect," Bradburn said. "We plowed through over 11,000 square feet in 2 days." (Courtesy of Bradburn Wrecking)
Police are asking for help identifying a man who shoved a handgun into the face of a Jimmy Johns employee during a robbery Wednesday at a Kansas City sandwich shop. (Courtesy of Kansas City Police Department)
Wichita drivers, especially on the west side, have been frustrated lately by ongoing construction along Kellogg, the main east-west freeway through Kansas' largest city. Construction to rebuild the interchange at I-235 and Kellogg has prolonged a commute that used to take a few minutes. (Julie Mah / The Wichita Eagle)
Emily Smith, the journalism teacher at Pittsburg High School, talks about the trials and tribulations she and her students went through before publishing an article critical of the newly hired principal. They eventually received national acclaim and an invitation to the White House Correspondents Dinner. (Video by Oliver Morrison / The Wichita Eagle)
A drone's-eye view 10 years after an EF-5 tornado swept through Greensburg on May 4, 2007. The small Kansas town has been focused on rebuilding and moving on. Grass grows where homes were ripped away, new neatly patterned drives and sidewalks take their place. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Former Kansas State Treasurer and Greensburg resident Dennis McKinney recounts his experience from the night of May 4, 2007, when nearly the entire town of Greensburg was destroyed by a mile-and-a half-wide tornado. (Video by Travis Heying / Drone footage by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)