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Sedgwick County could see a significant drop in revenue over several years as the Senate moves forward with a bill that repeals mortgage registration fees. But senators who support the bill say the fees prey on low-income and middle-class homebuyers.
Photos The future looks bleak for the Judge Riddel Boys Ranch. A bill designed to provide a long-term funding solution to the cash-strapped ranch for juvenile offenders in Sedgwick County died in the House Corrections and Juvenile Justice Committee
A high wind warning is in effect for portions of the Wichita metropolitan area until 11 a.m...Sedgwick, Sumner, Harvey, Saline and McPherson counties are included in the warning area, with winds of 50 miles an hour or more expected. Wichita has
A majority of houses and commercial properties will see no change in appraised value this year, Sedgwick County's appraiser told county commissioners on Wednesday. Fifty-four percent of houses will see no change in value this year, while 23 percent
Photos A 25-year-old Sedgwick County man was killed Sunday afternoon while riding his all-terrain vehicle with friends along the Wichita-Valley Center Floodway, known as the Big Ditch...When Sedgwick County sheriff's officers arrived at the scene in
President Ronald Reagan's 103rd birthday didn't slip by Sedgwick County commissioners. The board passed a proclamation last week honoring the late president's birthday. County and city leaders pay respect to others, bring awareness to causes, and
Anthony Cruz, 51, who pleaded no contest to aggravated battery and felony child endangerment charges, received 35 months in prison. According to the charges, Cruz drove his vehicle into one owned by his ex-girlfriend at the lake on Aug. 19, 2013.
The Senate Ways and Means Committee on Thursday passed the governor's proposed corrections budget, allocating more than $360 million for 2015, but the Judge Riddel Boys Ranch was not on the list. Sen. Dan Kerschen, R-Garden Plain, a member of Ways
Photos Former Rep. Melody McCray-Miller wants back in her District 4 seat on the Sedgwick County commission. The Democrat formally announced Thursday that she plans to challenge Republican incumbent Richard Ranzau in the November general election.
The annual homeless count for Sedgwick County will be conducted Thursday, including an opportunity for the homeless to receive some goods and services at Century II. A coalition of community organization headed by the United Way of the Plains will