Doo-Dah Diner owners Patrick and Timirie Shibley have just opened their Doo-Dah Market — offering take-and-bake meals, locally made items and some produce — in a building next door to their restaurant.
The parents of a 2-year-old girl who was shot during a gang feud at a Wichita neighborhood playground are refusing to cooperate with investigators, police say. Officers were called to Planeview on Wednesday.
Gov. Jeff Colyer went into Tuesday preparing for a recount and potential court fight in his prolonged primary race against Secretary of State Kris Kobach. Instead, his day ended with a concession speech.
Logan Watkins and Travis Banwart are two of the best baseball players for the Wichita Wingnuts. They are hoping their success this summer in Wichita will help their attempts at career comebacks in affiliated baseball.
Ernest Vincent Wood III’s painting “Hope” received second-place honors at the Mark Arts Oil Painting National Invitational. The Wichita-based painter, who spent years abroad at a residency in Italy, shares how he makes his oil paintings so realistic.
Wichita lawyer Larry Toomey told an FBI agent that he was a compulsive gambler — who used some of his elderly client’s trust money for gambling. And the money was used for more than gambling, an affidavit says.
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.