Ken and Tena Stoppel give a tour of their home at 205 N. Roosevelt, originally built as “the largest, the finest and the most expensive private dwelling in Kansas.” Supplemental footage by Jaime Green. (Matt Riedl/The Wichita Eagle)
Carter McEvoy gives a tour of his Benjamin Hills mid-century modern house. He's a collector of period furniture and, with his wife, Lori, they keep the house as a 1950s time capsule. (Matt Riedl/The Wichita Eagle)
Frank Russold gives a tour of his condo at WaterWalk Place, which doubled in size a few years ago when he purchased an adjacent unit. It's a hip spot with unparalleled views of downtown fireworks. (Matt Riedl/The Wichita Eagle)
A mother hummingbird tends to its young on the back deck of Pat and Garry Porter's home. This video was shot a week ago and the birds now are ready to fledge, when they've been out of their tiny eggs for about 3 weeks. (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
For 3 ½ weeks Garry and Pat Porter have hosted an uninvited house guest, one that seldom leaves and who recently showed up with her two kids, too. But the guest, thumb-sized Ruby, the ruby-throated hummingbird, has been the highlight of the summer at their home in east Wichita. Thursday morning the tiny bird was feeding two baby hummingbirds in her tea-cup sized nest.(July 6, 2017) (Video by Bo Rader / The Wichita Eagle)
Correction: In an earlier version of this video, Joanna Price of The Douglas Apartments, identified a bank as a new "tentative tenant" of a former bank space in the building. Anya Clifford, community manager of the building, said that information is inaccurate. The video has been edited to remove that statement.
The Douglas Apartments assistant manager Joanna Price gives a tour of the new luxury apartments that opened earlier this year at 200 E. Douglas. They are built where the old Fourth National Bank existed. (Fernando Salazar / The Wichita Eagle)