Two 24-year-old Maize High School graduates who make custom-made jeans in Wichita are preparing to open their first storefront near Douglas and Emporia on Sept. 17 with a sneak peek Aug. 26. (Video by Gabriella Dunn, published Aug. 3, 2016)
Kansas ranchers often burn off the dead grass in their cattle pastures to encourage the growth of new grass. In March and April, the skies become thick with smoke as controlled burns light up the Kansas skies.
Charles "Chaunce" Chauncey flew 35 missions as a B-29 pilot in World War II. During his interment in Winfield on Thursday, the restored B-29 "Doc" honored Chauncey with a flyover. "Doc" is one of two B-29s still flying.
Air Force Master Sgt. Bartek Bachleda’s idea to prevent neck and back injuries for boom instructors is expected to save the Air Force $132 million a year. The Air Force plans to spend $1.5 million to test his invention.
Texas Roadhouse managing partner Mike Parrotino explains each of the new restaurant’s Wichita murals, which feature the chain’s mascot, Andy the Armadillo. The new restaurant opens near K-96 and Greenwich at 3 p.m. on Monday. Carrie Rengers/The Wi
Spirit AeroSystems president and CEO Tom Gentile, center, speaks at a ceremony Tuesday marking the opening of the company’s Five-Axis Center of Excellence. Spirit AeroSystems officially marked the opening of a new center Tuesday that is part of it
Crews from McConnell Air Force Base have spent the past three weeks coordinating the air refueling of more than 80 Navy, Marines and Air Force fighter jets and bombers during the Red Flag air-to-air combat exercise held at Nellis Air Force Base in