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Bomb threat against Wichita church reported Sunday morning, dispatch supervisor says
A bomb threat against a Wichita church was reported on Sunday morning, a dispatch supervisor confirmed.The threat toColonial Heights Assembly of God churchwas reported at about 10 a.m., the supervisor said. The church is located at 5200 S. Broadway.The church usually holds a bible study at 9:30 a.m.
Thousands without power in south Wichita
Thousands of Westar Energy customers are in the dark this morning.Westar says nearly 9,000 customers are out of power in south Wichita between Broadway and George Washington Boulevard.Crews are working to restore service.Westar estimates that power will be restored at around 12:15 p.m.If your power
Two killed in N. Wichita shooting
Eyewitness News has a crew on the scene, watch for updates as we get them on Eyewitness News Saturday Morning on KSCW from 7:00 - 8:00 a.m., and from 8:00 until 9:30 a.m. on KWCH.
3 hurt in northeast Wichita crash
Posted:Sun 9:29 PM, Aug 19, 2018|Updated: Sun 9:35 PM, Aug 19, 2018WICHITA, Kan. (KWCH)At least three people are hurt following a two-vehicle crash near 21st and Hillside Sunday night.Sedgwick County dispatchers say it happened shortly before 9 p.m.Hillside is closed in both directions while crews w
Two people hurt in hit-and-run crash, police looking for the driver, dispatcher says
Two people are in serious condition after a hit-and-run crash, a dispatch supervisor confirmed.The crash was reported at about 2:15 p.m. near 31st St. and South Clifton, the supervisor said. Officers with the Wichita Police Department are in the area looking for the driver who left the scene.This is
Police captain convicted of disorderly conduct and battery no longer with WPD
Wichita police captain found guilty of battery and disorderly conductWichita police captain charged with shoving youth refereeWICHITA, Kan. (KNSW) - A Wichita police captain who was found guilty of battery and disorderly conduct in July is no longer working with the Wichita Police Department.Kevin M
Letters to the Editor (Aug. 19)
Ganging up on the presidentI read the Thursday editorial page that included the simplistic and pathetic hit piece, “President Trump, end your war on our free press.”I can't think of one instance in the last 10 years where the press has honestly and objectively reported anything outside of their corp
One dead, another hurt in Arkansas City crash
A high-speed crash in Arkansas City leaves one man dead, another hospitalized in critical condition.Police there say an officer clocked the driver doing 90 mph down Summit Street at around midnight. The officer was preparing to pull the driver over, but the driver lost control and struck a mailbox a
Two dead in northwest Wichita shooting
No one else was injured, but according to SGT Kimble, "One business did receive some minor damage, and a truck received some minor damage we are working on that."
Heavy rains ending, scattered showers through the afternoon
A soggy start to Sunday with rain and occasional thunderstorms for most of central and eastern Kansas. No severe storms are expected this morning, however a few severe storms are possible across SE-Kansas during the afternoon. Moderate rain should end by Noon in Wichita, with scattered showers and a
Need to get to class — or grab some coffee? WUBER will be there at Wichita State
If you’re running late to class at Wichita State University — or if you really just need a cup of coffee — there’s no need to work up a sweat.Well, at least not during the first two days of classes, that is.WSU will be providing WUBER ridesfrom 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday and Tuesday of this week,
Love Your Community founder: '...we are together and as Wichita we are one'
"Some need health care, some need clothing, some need employment, just the basic things, some need haircuts," said Angel Martinez, Love Your Community founder.
Man who shoved teen referee no longer with Wichita police
WICHITA, Kan. (AP) —A Wichita police captain who was recorded shoving a teenage referee during a youth basketball game earlier this year is no longer with the department.Officer Paul Cruz tells the Wichita Eagle that Kevin Mears' employment with the Wichita Police Department ended Monday. Cruz didn'
Do you speed on Kellogg? It could cost you on Saturday if you don’t slow down
“Good morning #Wichita watch your speed and your following distance on K-96 east of I-135,” the tweet said. “We will be watching!!”
Tiny homes controversy is anything but small and cute
The e-mailed threat read like dialogue from 1930s pulp fiction.“We’re going to tell you this once,” the message began that told Jonathan Endicott to give up his fight against theMicroMansionstiny homes development planned near his Cambria neighborhood, just south of Harry and 143rd East.“If not we w
Woman convicted of Wichita high school student’s killing gets prison
A woman convicted of a Wichita high school student’s 2016 killing has been ordered to serve 71 months in prison for voluntary manslaughter and criminal discharge of a firearm, according to Sedgwick County District Court records.Terasha Diane Presley-Dupree, 20, pleaded guilty in July in the death of
4-star forward Malik Hall no longer considering Kansas | KU Basketball Recruiting Scoop with Matt Scott
Class of 2019 forward Malik Hall announced his top 5 schools on Saturday and Kansas did not make the cut. The 6-foot-8 hybrid forward from Sunrise Academy in Bel Aire, KS, has narrowed his list to Oklahoma, Michigan State, Oregon, Texas and Purdue.
There’s a ‘gang feud’ in Wichita. Two young children have been shot this week, police say
There’s a “gang feud” between two street gangs in Wichita, and two drive-by shootings this week have left harmed young children, police say.Tuesday afternoon, a 7-month-old baby was hit by shrapnel from a drive by in the 2300 block of north Chautauqua, near 21st and Hillside.The next evening, a 2-ye
Wanted: Chase Brayden Lekan
To see more felons, or submit an anonymous tip, visit theCrime Stoppers of Wichita/Sedgwick County website
Wichita police arrest man on suspicion of shooting 2-year-old
Wichita police arrested a man on suspicion of aggravated assault and aggravated battery following a drive-by shooting that injured a 2-year-old girl. Police say the shooting was connected to an "ongoing gang feud" between Wichita street gangs.