Winter storm brings snow, rain to Kansas


A new winter storm is moving across Kansas, bringing blizzard conditions to western areas and rain for the southern part of the state. A blizzard warning is in effect for a number of counties in western Kansas,

Lily Wu takes oath of office as Wichita mayor


Lily Wu has taken the oath of office to begin her term as Wichita’s new mayor. A swearing in ceremony was held Monday evening in the City Council chambers at City Hall for Wu and three Council

Governor, lawmakers announce bipartisan tax cut plan


Kansas Governor Laura Kelly and a bipartisan group of lawmakers have announced a comprehensive tax cut proposal that will be introduced in the next legislative session. The plan will exempt the first $100,000 in state property taxes

One critical after east Wichita shooting


An unidentified person was taken to a hospital in critical condition after a shooting Sunday evening in an east Wichita neighborhood. Officers found the victim around 8:30 p.m. in the 300 block of South Poplar. No other

One injured in south Wichita house fire


An unidentified person was taken to a hospital with serious injuries after being pulled from a burning mobile home early Sunday in south Wichita. The fire was reported around 7 a.m. in the 4500 block of South

Fire damages VFW building in Winfield


Crews from Winfield and eight other fire departments were called to a fire Sunday that left extensive damage to the VFW building. Winfield fire officials said the fire broke out shortly after 4:30 p.m. and the downtown

Congress announces spending deal as shutdown looms

US Capitol over clear blue sky

House and Senate leaders announced on Sunday a $1.59 trillion spending deal for government funding in 2024, tentatively averting a potential shutdown later this month. House Speaker Mike Johnson and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer shared that the