To celebrate National Zookeeper Week, Sedgwick County Zoo zookeepers posed as their animals and posted the photos on social media, with #ZookeepersAsAnimals. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at one photo shoot. (Courtesy of Sedgwick County Zoo / July 22, 2016)
A Lindsborg man was charged in federal court Friday for traveling to the Philippines to film and sell footage of himself having sex with a minor, according to a news release from Acting U.S. Attorney Tom Beall.
Devon Bray, a black photographer and videographer in Wichita, was driving to a photo shoot Sunday when he saw friends at the First Steps Community Cookout from the highway and decided to stop and make a video.
A simulator in the basement of the Sedgwick County Law Enforcement Shooting Range near Lake Afton provides thousands of scenarios for officers and trainees to better determine when to use deadly force, and when not to, when on the job. Civilians who sign up for the Citizen Police Academy can also go through the training. (Video by Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
"Free Hugs" organizers Taishma Owens-Council and Ashlyn Sullivan invited all of Wichita to come hug it out in the Old Town Square on Wednesday, July 20, 2016. The idea was sparked after the two heard about the police shooting of two black men and an ambush in Dallas where five officers were killed; they hoped the event would ease tensions in the community. (Video by Fernando Salazar / The Wichita Eagle)
Devon Bray, a photographer and videographer in Wichita, was driving to a photo shoot when he saw friends at the First Steps Community Cookout from the highway and decided to stop to make a video. He didn’t have his good microphones with him. So instead, when he went home, he created a rap song to play over the images. In the song, he asks, rhetorically, “Can law enforcement get better? ... Can we really come together?”