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Located in south central Kansas on the Arkansas River, the site on the two rivers has served as a trading center for nomadic peoples for 11,000 years. Wichita has become established as the "Air Capital of the World" after aircraft pioneers such as Clyde Cessna, Walter Beech and Bill Lear began projects there. The city has also evolved into a cultural and entertainment center.

Population: 366046
Local Newspapers: Wichita Eagle
Local Sports Teams: Wichita Wingnuts (baseball) Wichita Thunder (CHL - hockey)
Local Colleges: Wichita State University

Zip Codes associated with wichita, kansas: 67037 67203 67204 67205 67206 67207 67208 67209 67210 67211 67212 67213 67214 67215 67216 67217 67218 67219 67220 67226 67230 67235
Towns/Cities near wichita, kansas : Bel Aire Andover Derby Maize Park City Oaklawn Rose Hill Haysville Clearwater

Wichita News
Delano project a catalyst in need of stronger support

The 180-apartment, 90-hotel room project that would connect Exploration Place and the new Advanced Learning Library with the Delano district is being billed as a key piece of Delano's redevelopment. The proposal has moved forward on two 4-3 votes by the City Council.

10 fun things to do in Wichita this weekend

Looking for things to do? Matt Riedl is your go-to guy for entertainment, art and culture news in Wichita. In the midst of all your "last-minute" shopping this weekend, take a moment to enjoy some of Wichita's finest events going on.

Amy Bragg Carey: Tax bill impacts education, workforce readiness

House and Senate leadership have been working to reconcile differences between the two versions of the new tax bill. It is predicted that the House version will cost students and families $71 billion more through changes to higher education tax benefits, according to the Joint Committee on Taxation.

Know a Grinch? See if this 'Grinch Face' makes the grade

Comedian and entertainer Sam Beman portrayed The Grinch in Seussical The Musical years ago, and has since played the character outside of the theater. Beman shares a few insider tips on how to make a good "Grinch Face."

Prostitution sweep leads to 11 arrests along Broadway

The men were arrested on suspicion of patronizing a prostitute and hiring a prostitute to engage in sexual acts in the Broadway corridor area. Police have arrested 48 men and 17 women for attempting to buy or sell sex in four and a half months of special enforcement in the Broadway area.

Driving around, looking for Christmas lights? Wea ve got maps

Looking for the coolest holiday light displays this year? Eagle staffers spent hours collecting the addresses of the Wichita area's best Christmas light displays . Last year's lists - east and west - have been updated.

Beware: Kellogg to close in early January

If you were traveling on Kellogg or I-235 this weekend only to find it closed at the I-235 interchange here's why. Constructions crews from Dondlinger Construction were busy installing 12 63,000-pound bridge beams over the main Wichita highway.

Topeka senator entering Democratic race for Kansas governor

Sen. Laura Kelly, D-Topeka, asks DCF Secretary Phyllis Gilmore a question after learning the results of an audit of the department Wednesday Wednesday, July 27, 2016 in Topeka, Kan. The Kansas Department of Children and Families continuing struggles to adequately oversee private foster care contractors is putting children in the system at risk, according to a state audit of the agency released Wednesday.

Textron Aviation still committed to Silvercrest engine for Hemisphere

Safran still has a committed customer for the Silvercrest engine after Dassault cancelled the version of the Falcon 5X powered by the 10,000lb-thrust turbofan. Wichita, Kansas-based Textron Aviation still plans to use the Silvercrest to power the twin-engined Cessna Citation Hemisphere, but continues to monitor Safran's progress.

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High court eyes KORA in Greensburg hospital case

TOPEKA – The Kansas Supreme Court took a scalpel Wednesday to a dispute arising from a lower court's application of the Kansas Open Records Act to a not-for-profit corporation hired to administer a public hospital in Greensburg.

Sheriff's department buys armored vehicle

The Reno County Sheriff's Department will soon take delivery of a $280,000 armored response vehicle, funded by Homeland Security, which will be available to law enforcement within a 19-county region.

Flat head Ford

Nick Mardis came by his love of flathead Fords naturally enough. His parents drove a 1940 Ford when he was a youngster and he had a hopped-up '39 Ford coupe when he was in high school.

A Germinid Meteor streaks from the sky over a barn in Saukville, Wis. in December 2012.

What is usually the strongest meteor shower of the year will peak in the night sky between Dec. 13 and 14, but if you want a better chance of seeing the show you probably should not wait for the peak viewing time. While the peak is expected to occur when you can see about 120 meteors per hour at about 2 a.m. on Dec. 14, National Weather Service meteorologist Eric Metzger said the moon and cloud cover in the Wichita area are likely to steal the show.

A man stands by the intersection of K-96 and Rock Road holding a sign as cars drive by.

Intersection panhandlers and drivers who give them money could face stiff fines or even jail time under a new ordinance approved by the Wichita City Council Tuesday. The new ordinance prohibits the exchange of any item between a driver and a person who steps onto a major or congested street or intersection.

The Wichita school district has named its first deputy superintendent in more than a dozen years.

Wichita superintendent Alicia Thompson has announced her second-in-command - the district's first deputy superintendent in more than a dozen years. Tiffinie Irving, assistant superintendent for learning services, was selected as deputy superintendent - a new central-office position - and will start her new job Jan. 2, Thompson announced Tuesday.

Downtown Wichitaa s latest restaurant serves noodles, from Italian to Asian

Her first day in business was last week. Her new restaurant connects to her 8 Below rolled ice cream shop, which drew big crowds during warm-weather months.

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