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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, say hello to Paul McCartney: his first-ever Kansas show

It will be the first time the 74-year-old McCartney, who rose to meteoric popularity as a member of the Beatles and retained mass popularity during a decades-long solo career, has performed in Kansas. McCartney's One on One Tour is a nearly three-hour-long spectacle featuring his best works from the past 50 years - and it has come to both Americas, Europe and Asia.

One killed, one injured in accident south of Hutchinson

One person was killed and another was injured in a single-vehicle accident near Kutter's Furniture on K-96 in the early morning hours Tuesday.

Sterling Academy for Household Assistance courts Wichita apprentices

Wamego native JaNiece Rush has lived in New York for the past 27 years, 20 of which she's operated Lifestyle Resources , a company that supplies personal assistants and estate managers to an ultra-rich clientele, including a lot of celebrities. For a couple of reasons, Rush has returned home to Kansas to start an offshoot of the company, Sterling Academy for Household Assistance .

Chief justice: Court workers need raises now, and we need $20 million to do it

Salaries that have seen little to no increases over the past nine years have prompted leaders of the Kansas Judicial Branch to ask lawmakers to find $20 million in the budget to fund pay raises for the state's court staff. Wages for court-related job classifications are below market in all categories, with employees - including judges - making 4.6 percent to 22.2 percent less than their counterparts in other states and the District of Columbia, according to a study from the National Center for State Courts commissioned by the Kansas Judicial Branch.

Could that eerie chill at The Eagle be the ghosts of reporters past?

Despite decades of rumors, paranormal investigators this week were unable to detect any sign of the dead or undead in The Wichita Eagle building. That's even though searchers from KS White Noise Paranormal brought all their sophisticated gear and roamed the four-story building.

Downtown Wichita building inspected for ghosts

Nearly 10,000 people attended the Sedgwick County Zoo's "Party for the Planet" Earth Day event on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Workers from Miracle Sign Co.

Lynn Rogers wona t seek 5th term on Wichita school board

Lynn Rogers, the most senior member of the Wichita school board, will not seek a fifth term on the board, he said Monday. "It is time for me to step down and provide opportunity for our next generation of leaders," Rogers said in a statement.

Wichita claims Phil Ruffin Sr., but Texas gets the credit

In a weekend New York Times story headlined "Trump Reaches Beyond West Wing for Counsel," Phil Ruffin Sr. gets credit as a presidential adviser, but Wichita is left out. He says the publication asked where he was born but should have asked where he spent most of his life.

Teen joyride ends after police spot stolen car

Two juveniles were booked early Sunday after the vehicle they were in crashed into a building in southeast Wichita, according to police. Sgt. Nikki Woodrow said Monday that a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, both males, were spotted by police just after 3 a.m. on Sunday in a Ford Taurus that had been reported stolen out of Haysville.

Analyst: Rising gas prices may soon stabilize

The gas price hikes of the past two months are slowing and likely will soon stabilize, according an analyst with Average retail gasoline prices in the Wichita area rose 4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.25 per gallon on Monday, according to the website.

Downtown Wichita business trends

There has been much investment in Downtown Wichita, both public and private. What has been the trend in business activity during this time? According to the 2016 report from the Wichita Downtown Development Corporation , over the past decade there has been $602 million in private investment and $369 million in public investment in downtown.

One injured by glass shards in drive-by shooting

Wichita police are investigating a drive-by shooting in south Wichita in which the driver of a pickup was injured by flying glass shards. Witnesses said the occupants of a silver vehicle were firing shots at a dark-colored truck, according to Wichita police Officer Paul Cruz.

Kansas farm loan delinquencies low, loan demand heavy

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Unique voices, shared journeys to mark Take Back the Night

Others will use poetry to describe what it's like to be the survivor of sexual assault. And still more will simply share their journeys of healing at Take Back the Night, an annual event meant to raise awareness and educate the public on the cost and prevalence of sexual violence.

He robbed a store for cigarettes a " with a rifle

A man was arrested early Sunday shortly after robbing a north-side convenience store at gunpoint for cigarettes, according to Wichita police. Officers were dispatched to a Kwik Shop store in the 700 block of West 29th Street North just before 4 a.m. Sunday for an armed robbery, according to a release from the police department.

Jazz, show tunes are among things to do

New York City-based drummer Pete Zimmer joins the trio Organique at a free jazz concert beginning at 5:30 p.m. in Krehbiel Auditorium on the Bethe College campus in North Newton.

House bill could narrow private school tax credit program in coming years

In this March 8, 2016, file photo, Rep. Valdenia Winn, D-Kansas City, expresses her concern about an amendment proposal by Rep. Ron Highland, R-Wamego, chairman of the House Education Committee. Provisions that set accreditation or academic outcome standards for private schools are included in a 114-page education bill that primarily establishes a new statewide funding formula for public schools.

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