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(316) 943-4221

1500 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203   Directions


Coronavirus relief scam impersonates Joe Simons from the Federal Trade Commission
01/27/2021 4:08pm

Scammers are at it again, pretending to be from a government agency to rip people off. Heres what you need to know about the latest coronavirus relief fund scam, courtesy of the Federal Trade Commission.

Kansas reports over 3,000 new cases of COVID-19, 5.1% vaccinated
01/27/2021 3:43pm

Kansas reported an increase of 3,262 cases of COVID-19 since Monday, bringing the pandemic total to 272,517 for the state. The number of deaths increased by 96, bringing the total to 3,718.

FBI searching for woman who may have information on identity of a child sex assault victim
01/27/2021 3:04pm

The FBI is asking the publics help across the nation in identifying a woman who may have critical information about the identity of a child in an ongoing sexual exploitation investigation.

Most Kansas universities won’t use new dismissal policy
01/27/2021 2:29pm

The University of Kansas is the only one of six public universities in the state that will consider using a new policy that makes it easier to fire, suspend or dismiss employees, including tenured faculty.

Sedgwick County recruit deputy on leave after arrest
01/27/2021 11:33am

A Sedgwick County Sheriffs Office recruit deputy has been placed on leave following his arrest by Wichita police.


(316) 267-8855

Wichita, KS



(316) 942-2424

316 N West St
Wichita, KS 67203   Directions



(316) 838-1212

2815 E 37th St N
Wichita, KS 67219   Directions


The Sedgwick County Post
The Sedgwick County Post

(316) 691-8553

400 N Woodlawn
Wichita, KS 67208   Directions


Times Sentinel Newspapers
Times Sentinel Newspapers

(316) 540-0500

125 N Main St
Cheney, KS 67025   Directions


Sumner County to hold Phase 2 vaccination clinic
01/25/2021 5:13pm

Sumner County has that it was moving into Phase 2. The county has scheduled a vaccination clinic for this Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 27-28. Appointments area required ahead of time - call 620-326-2774. For Sumner County, the Phase 2 vaccines are for persons age 85 and older, as well as anyone who was prioritized in

Girls tip off tournament week
01/25/2021 2:52pm

Girls tournament week gets started today, Jan. 25, and runs through Saturday. Some tournaments have been changed to just a trio of games against non-league opponents. Haven Wildcat Classic The toughest field has to be the Haven Wildcat Classic, where the top five teams had a combined record of 42-3 at the time of seeding

Boys tournament week
01/21/2021 6:48pm

Boys basketball tournaments and the South Central Border League girls and boys tournament are underway this week. Here is a look at where things stand going in Thursday nights games. Adolph Rupp - Halstead After multiple runner-up trophies, the Cheney Cardinals are champions of the Adolph Rupp Invitational in Halstead. The Cardinals, seeded

Sedgwick County expands in Phase 2 of COVID vaccinations
01/21/2021 5:34pm

The Sedgwick County Health Department is now taking vaccine appointments for residents age 83 or older who are not living in a long-term care facility. The vaccines are being given at Intrust Bank Arena. The county announced early Thursday, Jan. 21, it was only going to vaccinate residents age 90 or older because of the

Haysville superintendent interviews underway
01/21/2021 5:12pm

HAYSVILLE The interview process for the new superintendent of Haysville Public Schools got underway on Tuesday, Jan. 19.The candidates are being announced each day. Due to pandemic restrictions, there will not be a public meet-and-greet with any of the candidates. Instead, each candidate will record an introductory video that the district will post on

Wichita Business Journal
Wichita Business Journal

(316) 267-6406

121 N Mead
Wichita, KS 67202   Directions


Textron CEO sees business jet momentum carrying into 2021
01/27/2021 2:27pm

Scott Donnelly expects to be all the way back to pre-pandemic levels next year.

Boeing wide-body challenges grow as MAX crisis improves
01/27/2021 1:13pm

Boeings 787 Dreamliner faces expanded quality control issues, while its 777X gets another lengthy delay.

AgEagle buys drone sensor company for $23 million
01/27/2021 8:55am

AgEagle says it will leverage the companys imaging technology for package delivery drones.

Boeing posts $11.9 billion loss in 2020
01/27/2021 7:49am

The company on Wednesday also revealed another delay to its 777X program.

Textron Aviation turns a profit in 2020; parent forecasts improving 2021
01/27/2021 7:47am

Strong aircraft delivery numbers out of Wichita in the fourth quarter helped offset some of the impact of Covid-19 earlier in the year.

Wichita Eagle
Wichita Eagle

(800) 200-8906

Wichita, KS


Michael O’Donnell hit with $25,000 fine after admitting to campaign law violations
01/27/2021 3:38pm

Michael ODonnell was fined $25,000 after admitting to nine violations of Kansas campaign finance law Wednesday, including using campaign money for personal use, fraudulent reporting and comingling campaign and personal Click to Continue

Wichita restaurant industry coping with a string of tragic deaths over a rough six weeks
01/27/2021 9:52am

The past couple of months have been especially difficult for the Wichita restaurant community, and not just because businesses have been suffering amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last six Click to Continue

Andover care home failed to check staff backgrounds, suit says. A patient was raped.
01/27/2021 5:01am

A wrongful death lawsuit filed in federal court last week accuses an Andover assisted living and retirement facility of grossly wanton and negligent practices after it failed to conduct a Click to Continue

What’s next for Sam Brownback? Racial reconciliation. ‘We really need to do it’
01/27/2021 5:00am

Over the past quarter-century, Sam Brownback has steadily climbed the political ladder, moving through the roles of congressman, senator, governor and finally ambassador. Until now. Brownback, 64, stepped down as Click to Continue

Gov. Kelly orders flags flown half-staff to honor Kansas police chief who died of COVID
01/26/2021 6:41pm

A Kansas police chief who died of COVID-19 will be honored with flags flown at half-staff. Gov. Laura Kelly issued the directive on Tuesday, ordering flags lowered to half-staff in Click to Continue

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