A GoPro camera rode along with Nico Hernandez as he was honored with a parade through north Wichita on Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. See the whole parade route in 30 seconds. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)
A parade through north Wichita, along with a ceremony at North High, honored Wichita's Nico Hernandez on Saturday. Hernandez won a bronze medal in boxing at the Olympics in Rio. (Video by Travis Heying and Manny De Los Santos)
Wichita's Nico Hernandez arrived at Eisenhower National Airport to a cheering crowd on Tuesday after he won a bronze medal in boxing at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. (Video by Travis Heying and Jaime Green/The Wichita Eagle)
Several family members of Nico Hernandez gathered at Riverside Cafe in Derby to watch the 20-year-old Wichita North High graduate box in the Olympics. Hernandez lost the fight, but became the first Olympic medalist from Wichita since 2004. (Aug. 12, 2016)
20yearold Wichita native Nico Hernandez makes his Olympic debut in Rio as light flyweight boxer (108 lbs). “When I’m in the ring, I’m just thinking about my family and making a better life for them,” Hernandez said.
Wichita State guard Landry Shamet, who scored 30 points, talks about his and the Shockers' performance in their 78-66 victory over Oklahoma State Saturday in Stillwater. (Video by. Fernando Salazar/The Wichita Eagle)
All aboard the Polar Express! The Polar Express at OJ Watson Park runs through December 16. A reading of Chris Van Allsburg’s Polar Express is followed by a crafts and a train ride to visit Santa. Stop at the campfire to enjoy s’mores and hot chocolate, then end with a special gift! Kids are encouraged to wear pajamas. An adult must also attend and register. Ages 2+. Cost is $15 per person. (Video by Matt Crow / The Wichita Eagle)
Keith Hawkins, 20, on Friday pleaded guilty to capital murder in the deaths of Alyssa Runyon and her 4-year-old daughter. Under an agreement with prosecutors, Hawkins will serve life in prison without the possibility of parole and will not face the death penalty. The victims’ families approved the agreement, according to Harvey County Attorney David Yoder. (Video by Matt Crow / The Wichita Eagle)