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Defence lawyer Thong Seng Kong said the High Court on Thursday found electrician Fong Kong Meng, 58, and his wife Teoh Ching Yen, 56, guilty of killing their maid, Isti Komariyah.
A physician with Central Care Cancer Center has been sued in Sedgwick County District Court for allegedly giving radiation to a woman who may not have had cancer.
AT&T says that between 2010 and 2013, it invested $110 million in improving its wireless and wireline networks in the Wichita metro area.
A 29-year-old Kansas hunter videotaped his rescue of a nine-point deer that was antler-locked with another buck that had since died.
A 58-year-old Kansas man has been arrested after returning to the scene of a Sedgwick County beating to retrieve his baseball bat.
That's the latest news from one of Wichita's oldest bars, The Annex Lounge, which changed hands in January.
The eight annual fundraiser for Exploration Place takes place at the museum, 300 N. McLean, and will fill the halls with all things chocolate.
March 12-16. 8 p.m. Wednesday-Saturday, 7 p.m. Sunday. The runtime is about an 1 1/2, with a 15 minute intermission.
Claudette Glenn, director of The J.L. Weigand Jr. Notre Dame Legal Education Trust, kneels at Weigand's Wichita grave.
The finalists were chosen from a field of 21 nominees, which participated in Metro Mingle, a mini expo and social event, Wednesday afternoon at Newman University.
The airport in Wichita, Kansas, will soon be named after the United States' 34th president, Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Wichita, the city with the moniker "The Air Capital of the World," is renaming its airport to honor one of the most famous Kansans.
What began as one customer's frustration over a self-checkout machine at a west Wichita Walmart store ended in a fight involving three people.
A former Wichita area physician was sentenced Monday to a total of 75 months in prison on federal firearm and drug charges and a violation of federal supervised release, U.S. Attorney for Kansas Barry Grissom said Tuesday.
When the Wichita City Council passed new taxicab regulations in 2012, the focus was on dirty cabs and slovenly drivers who were not acting as goodwill ambassadors for the city.
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