Wichita fire crews on Friday battled a blaze in a two-story building that housed offices and the skee-ball games at Joyland, the city's defunct amusement park.
A felon armed with a knife engaged police in a tense standoff at his girlfriend's south Wichita home Friday after penning a "vaguely threatening note" to her and saying he'd kill her dog then burn down the house if she called 911, police said.
The City of Wichita is partnering with Academy Sports & Outdoor on a game that entices Wichita residents to visit area parks this summer.
The robbery occurred at 1645 S. Webb, or Harry and Webb, at 9:50 p.m., Lt. Doug Nolte said.
Towne East Square and Towne West Square will be accepting donations, with support from Two Men and a Truck, to help those affected by the EF-5 tornado in Moore, Okla., a media advisory today says.
A Wichita, Kan., teacher has been suspended with pay, officials say, following his arrest for possessing a gun on school grounds Monday.
There's a good chance of thunderstorms in the Wichita area today, forecasters say, and some of them could be strong.
Wichita schools sustained about $2 million damage from wind and hail during a storm that swept through the city Sunday, according to district officials.
Private investment has outpaced public investment in downtown Wichita by more than 6 to 1 since a plan for downtown revitalization was unveiled in 2010, according to numbers released Thursday by city officials.
The twister that prompted a tornado emergency alert for Wichita before it lifted just southwest of the city Sunday afternoon has been upgraded to an EF-2 on the Enhanced Fujita scale.
Wichita Police Lt. Doug Nolte said officers were investigating a suspicious, abandoned car in the 1900 block of N. Payne.
Officers responded to the home in the 1500 block of North Old Manor late Wednesday morning.
Wichita Wings owner Wink Hartman has been unsuccessful so far in his effort to sell his indoor soccer team, which he revived in 2011.
Investigators think a driver's medical condition triggered a three-car collision late Wednesday morning that killed an elderly woman on East Kellogg.
A headline in Wednesday's Eagle said, "Obama in dark…." What a surprise. The guy's been in the dark since he took office.
The fire was reported at 4:20 a.m. in the 6200 block of East Eilerts, a Sedgwick County dispatch supervisor said.
After a jury of five women and 10 men, including three alternates, was selected, attorneys' opening statements in the third day of the trial clearly depicted the opposing points in the case.