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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
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Wichita News
Wichita teachers want a raise; district seeks tobacco-use testing

Wichita teachers are starting contract talks a little more hopeful this year, after a boost in state funding and hints from district leaders that they plan to make teacher pay a budget priority . "I'm cautiously optimistic on a number of fronts," said Steve Wentz, president of United Teachers of Wichita, which represents about 4,200 teachers and other certified staff.

New jobs in Wichita, mayor announces

The thousands of B-29s that were built during World War II had a single mission: to drop bombs on enemies of the United States. So what's the mission of a B-29 that's been restored decades later? According to those who operate and maintain the B-29 "Doc," its current mission is to honor the men and women who built and served on B-29s during wartime.

DNR Open For Input On Southern Illinois Fracking Operation Thursday, July 27

Opponents have until the end of the week to register their complaints about a proposed fracking operation in southern Illinois. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is reviewing what would be the first fracking operation in the state.

Mouse droppings on front counter among June restaurant violations

Mouse droppings found on a front counter at a Vietnamese restaurant in Wichita were among the food safety infractions found in Sedgwick County by state health inspectors in June. Restaurants are inspected when they open as part of the licensing process.

Aviation lovers find a new beau in a oeDoca

Wichita's restored B-29 bomber has been a big hit at the EAA AirVenture Show, billed as America's largest air show. It arrived on Saturday to spectators lining the runway.

Wichitaa s homeless population is declining

The Mount at Catholic Charities has closed, and for what officials say is the best possible reason: the former convent that offered transitional housing for homeless women and families simply isn't needed any more. "Our program at the Mount was a success," said Wendy Glick, executive director of Catholic Charities.

Heavy rains flood Wichita streets

Dog owners who like to hike in the Boise Foothills are learning the importance of keeping their pets hydrated and cool on hot summer days. After severe storms moved through the Kansas City region Saturday night, residents, including many in Prairie Village, were dealing with power outages, downed trees and storm damage.

Wichita program seeks donations to feed hungry kids

A nonprofit group is seeking donations for a program that serves meals to Wichita-area children during the final weeks of summer break. The grant-funded Filling the Gap Lunches for Kids program, run by Partners for Wichita, will provide free meals on weekdays through Aug. 18, after the federally funded summer lunch program has ended and before school begins.

Fire destroys playground equipment at Wichita elementary school

"The equipment is a total loss," said district spokeswoman Susan Arensman. "We are working with the Wichita Fire Department as they conduct their investigation into the cause of the fire."

Wieners, burgers and beer: Popular ICT Oktoberfest moving, expanding

The inaugural ICT Bloktoberfest was so popular and so crowded, this year it's moving to a bigger venue and becoming a two-day event. The inaugural ICT Bloktoberfest was so popular and so crowded, this year it's moving to a bigger venue and becoming a two-day event.

Estes introduces bill in Congress to rename Big Ditch

The city and the county passed a joint ordinance in May to rename the flood control structure in west Wichita and Sedgwick County. The project, commonly called the Big Ditch, is a combination of channels, drainage canals, levees, floodway easements and connections to other streams and rivers.

Legendary hot rod builder Dave Stuckey remembered

Wichita on Wheels: Bringing a 1962 "Bullet Bird" back after 36 years. Jim Rogers found a car that had been sitting without an engine for 36 years and restored it.

Wichita anti-abortion protester acquitted of battering clinic guard

Anti-abortion activists Joseph Elmore, Mark Gietzen and David Schmidt leave the Sedwick County courthouse with smiles after Schmidt's acquittal on charges of battering a security guard at the South Wind Women's Center. Anti-abortion activists Joseph Elmore, Mark Gietzen and David Schmidt leave the Sedwick County courthouse with smiles after Schmidt's acquittal on charges of battering a security guard at the South Wind Women's Center.

Image released of person linked to fatal hit-and-run

Wichita police have released a photograph of a person of interest in connection with the fatal hit-and-run collision on Broadway on Saturday. Officers were called to the 2100 block of South Broadway shortly before 1 p.m. on Saturday after a dark-colored Yukon had struck a bicycle and a silver GMC truck, police have said.

Guards: 2 unreported uprisings at troubled Kansas prison

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Suspects caught after early-morning police chase ends in Rose Hill

A man and woman are both in custody after a chase that started in Wichita and ended in Rose Hill early Tuesday, according to police. Officer Charley Davidson of the Wichita Police Department said an apparent kidnapping victim, a woman, suffered only minor injuries after the suspects were apprehended in Rose Hill sometime around 6 a.m. Davidson said police do not think the kidnapping was a random act, though the investigation into Tuesday morning's events is ongoing.

'Doc' takes part in its first beauty pageant

The B-29 bomber "Doc" went before a panel of judges on Monday to compete against other "Warbirds" in a competition put on by the Experimental Aircraft Association. The competition awards the efforts of those who restore and rebuild World War II-era aircraft.

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