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Wichita (Sedgwick, Kansas)

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  • Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend

    Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend
    Top 5 things to do this weekend- July 8th to July 10th   This weekend is all about spending time on the streets of Downtown Wichita. Start by getting some shopping done by going to downtown’s 2nd Saturday event. This event occurs on the second...
  • Eight Wichita kids taken into protective custody have now returned home

    Eight Wichita kids taken into protective custody have now returned home
    A Wichita mother and father have their eight young children back at home Friday night. Thursday, FactFinder 12 Investigators told you about Charles and Autumn Ray. The couple was working to clean and repair their two-bedroom home after Wichita police...
  • Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend

    Top 5 Things To Do In Wichita This Weekend
    Top 5 Things To Do This Weekend - July  15th - 17th Interested in supporting your local community? If so, there are several events to attend this weekend. Come by Wichita’s Old Town Farmer’s Market and purchase fresh foods or enjoy an...
  • Extreme East Coast Heat Wave Blamed in 64 Deaths

    Extreme East Coast Heat Wave Blamed in 64 Deaths
    NEW YORK -- The massive heat wave that baked half the country in triple digit heat indexes last week may have caused as many as 64 deaths in 15 states, the National Weather Service said late on Tuesday. Forecasters said the area still suffering from...
  • Drums Across Kansas is performing at WSU's Cessna Stadium

    Drums Across Kansas is performing at WSU's Cessna Stadium
    Drums Across Kansas is bringing eight premier bugle and drum corps to Wichita State University’s Cessna Stadium tonight, July 19. The performance is going to be at 8:00 p.m tonight. The time has been bumped back by one hour due to predicted high...
  • The next abortion clinic?

    The next abortion clinic?
    Since Doctor George Tiller was killed, Wichita has been without an abortion clinic. Now, one local doctor says she's ready to open a one. Doctor Mila Means, a family physician operating now out an office on East Harry, has quickly gained national...
  • In honor of Dr. Seuss

    In honor of Dr. Seuss
    I read to second grade students at Wichita's Allen Elementary school this week, part of the observance of Read Across America week.  And since the birthday of  Dr. Seuss is this week too, I read one of his books to the kids.  It's so much fun to hear them...
  • Miranda Lambert Ticket Giveaway - Dodge City

    Official Rules Miranda Lambert Ticket Giveaway – Dodge City OFFICIAL SWEEPSTAKES RULES 1. No purchase is necessary.   2. You must be at least eighteen (18) years old and a legal resident of Kansas at the time of entry to win.   3....
  • Hospice Care of Kansas locations

    Our Kansas Locations Anthony 816 N. LL&G Anthony, KS 67003 (620) 842-3420 Toll-free 1-800-HOSPICE El Dorado 111 W. Ash St. El Dorado, KS 67042 (316) 321-4249 Toll-free 1-800-HOSPICE Ellsworth 119 E. 1st St. Ellsworth, KS 67439 (785) 472-4809 Toll-free...
  • Acclaimed Teen Clarinetist Has Big Music Dream

    Acclaimed Teen Clarinetist Has Big Music Dream
    One of America's finest high school musicians is in our midst.  Over the past year, De Soto High School senior Katie McKeirnan has come away a winner or finalist in some of the country's biggest student music competitions.  We have Katie and her...
  • How extreme heat attacks the body

    How extreme heat attacks the body
    The moment you step into oppressive heat, the body senses life-threatening danger and starts fighting to keep things cool. The heart beats faster as it increases the flow of blood to the skin, trying to keep critical internal organs from overheating. But...