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Bombardier highlighted the progress it's making on its new Learjet aircraft programs as it marked the 50th anniversary of Learjet at this week's National Business Aviation Association convention in Las Vegas...The show featured 1,100 exhibitors in
If a teacher witnesses abuse on school grounds perhaps walking in on a situation in a classroom or elsewhere should the teacher call 911? That answer was unclear Monday as the Wichita school board discussed proposed revisions to the district's policy
A fire that damaged much of College Hill Elementary School last week was caused by an electrical malfunction in or near a small appliance in a closet storage room, fire officials confirmed Thursday...Stuart Bevis said the fire, which caused an
A woman checking on a house she owns on Sunday night discovered a couple had moved into the garage and were doing drugs inside, police said. The 29-year-old woman was inspecting the house in the 1200 block of South Elizabeth shortly after 7:30 p.m...
Rain damages sidewalk near dam Water flows from the Big Ditch Storm damage at El Dorado Lake Torrential rains shortly before dawn Thursday triggered widespread street flooding across Wichita, authorities said. The National Weather Service reported 1.
A smattering of late morning drizzle did not keep many of the children at Rainbows United's Kids Cove from going outside to greet their friends. To the sounds of chapping, cheers, and jumping up and down, 19 college-age cyclists paraded into the
Photos It's not hard to see that William Loewen and daughter Kim Kenas both family physicians are close. I love the practice of medicine, Loewen said while sitting in an office at West Wichita Family Physicians, where he and his daughter have worked
When he got his first one, a terrier-poodle mix named Marco, from the Kansas Humane Society, he set strict limits...Garvey's quick conversion inspired him to want to improve the city's dog parks. He and his wife, Lanny, are organizers of Saturday's
Photos The winter that won't quit is paying another visit to Wichita. Among the expected presents are the first measurable May snowfall in Wichita's history and temperatures that could reach freezing early Friday morning. It's going to be a dusting
When Southeast High School opened at Lincoln and Edgemoor in 1957, it was the shining new jewel of the Wichita district. Built to serve families from the city's burgeoning east side, including neighborhoods around Eastborough and the Wichita Country