The Wichita Audubon Society pushes back on a proposal to allow community colonies for stray cats. The Animal Control board is nearing completion of a proposal allowing trap, neuter and release for stray cats.
The White House's move to expand Washington's dispute with Beijing beyond trade and technology and into accusations of political meddling has sunk US-China relations to the lowest level since the Cold War.
Kansas Department of Revenue officials have made three changes to make it faster to get or renew a driver’s license and Real ID. You can renew online through iKan and most state offices will open on Mondays.
An investigation into the death of 41-year-old Lisa Trimmell — fatally shot this summer by one of her sons — has been presented to prosecutors, the Sedgwick County Sheriff’s Office said. The case remains open.
Chocolate-colored labs are more likely to get sick and live ten percent shorter lives than golden or black Labradors because the trait is recessive in dogs and leads to less genetic diversity, a new study says.
Oklahoma State revealed throwback uniforms via Twitter on Monday that are inspired by former Wichita North running back Barry Sanders. The Cowboys will wear the uniforms Saturday for their homecoming game.
Eula West, 91, retired Wednesday as the lobby receptionist at the Sedgwick County Courthouse, where she worked for 49 years. She tells a story of how she once had to cut a sheriff's lieutenant's hair at the front desk.