Family and friends came out to Risen Savior Lutheran Church on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, to celebrate the life of Toni Anderson, the 20-year-old who had been missing for almost two months and whose body was found submerged in her car in the Missouri River in Parkville, Mo. (Video by Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
Wichita police Chief Gordon Ramsay talks about why Rooster wasn't wearing a ballistics vest when he was shot on Saturday, March 18, 2017. The dog died from his injuries. (Video by Amy Renee Leiker / The Wichita Eagle)
The fire was reported Monday afternoon in a building under construction at College Boulevard and Nieman Road. Flaming debris from the blaze was sparking fires at nearby homes. This video includes footage shot by Jason Boatright.
In this file video Wichita police Officer Daniel Gumm and his then-4-year-old dog, Rooster modeled a $1,035 ballistic vest as part of the Four-Legged Project to outfit canines with vests. The Wichita Wagonmasters provided two to the WPD on March 5, 2015. Rooster, a Wichita K-9 officer, was shot and killed on March 18, 2017, after police responded to a disturbance at the Lamp Lighter Mobile Home Park, 2320 E. MacArthur Road.
Detective Michelle Tennyson describes her interrogation of Yesenia Sesmas. Sesmas is charged with one count of first-degree premeditated murder in the Nov. 17 shooting death of Laura Abarca, 27; the kidnapping of Abarca's 6-day-old daughter; and interfering with parental custody. Detective Tennyson described how she Mirandized Sesmas twice as she continued to describe the events around Abarca's death to Tennyson. (Pool Video / The Wichita Eagle / March 16, 2017)
Teams are being recruited for Rageball 5's first official tournament at Wichita Sports Forum April 1-2. Local entrepreneur Ralph Lagergren co-invented the game about a decade ago and is trying to develop it into mainstream sport at colleges and beyond. (Courtesy of RageBall 5/YouTube)
Greg Goodnight lost 14,500 of the 14,800 acres of grassland on his ranch, forcing him to sell his cattle that survived the fires that swept through Clark County. He discusses what it will mean for the ranch to have to sell the cattle early. (Video by Katherine Burgess / The Wichita Eagle)