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About: wichita, kansas

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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He called jail a candy landa and abused inmates. Managers ignored complaints, suits say

Three former inmates allegedly subjected to abuse and harassment by a civilian employee that included offers to put money "on their books" in trade for sexual favors filed lawsuits last week, saying the employee's supervisors ignored complaints about his conduct - which paved the way for continued attacks. One inmate who complained about Timothy Kaneer to a CBM Managed Services manager was asked by the manager if he was gay, according to three civil suits filed July 9 in Sedgwick County District Court.

Popular fat-reducing procedure can make you fatter. Woman sues over rare side effect.

A popular body contouring procedure that's supposed to freeze away stubborn bulges for good did the opposite for a Barton County woman. Now she's suing a Wichita plastic surgery clinic, claiming it failed to warn her of a rare, plumping side effect of "Cool Sculpting."

Merger of Central Kansas Credit Union, Credit Union of America finalized

Credit Union of America finalized a merger with Central Kansas Credit Union on July 1, with CUA the surviving credit union.

For third year, Mandela fellows learn leadership skills at K-State

Elom Jose Adoboe, second from right, one of the young African leaders visiting Manhattan as part of Mandela Washington Fellowship, speaks during a visit to Manhattan's City Hall on Friday. They sat in the commissioners' chairs and discussed issues of community involvement.

Wichita Greyhound Park land goes on sale Tuesday

The site of the Wichita Greyhound Park goes on the auction block Tuesday, and there may be only one bidder. Gambling magnate Phil Ruffin owns the buildings on the property and shut down the track in 2007 after Sedgwick County voters narrowly rejected slot machines at the race track.

Democrat Carl Brewer counts on inclusive approach, experience as mayor to woo voters

As Carl Brewer spoke to a couple dozen Democrats at a picnic in rural eastern Kansas, a camping trailer with a Trump sign in one window sat 50 yards behind him, past a grassy clearing and gravel road. "I started watching what was going on with Donald Trump and what was happening with Kobach and Brownback and it was like - everything looked really dark and there was no future," Brewer said in an interview, referring to Secretary of State Kris Kobach and former Gov. Sam Brownback.

Voters to deliver their verdict

Kansas is predominantly Republican, and the last time Kansans sent a Democrat to the U.S. Senate was during the Great Depression of the 1930s.

Nebraska basketball dishes out new offer to Wichita combo guard

Tim Miles and the rest of the Nebraska basketball staff have been working overtime this week. Not only are they getting closer and closer to the regular season, but the recruiting season appears to have started off with a bang.

Guns a hot issue for Democrats in Kansas governor's race

This combination of file photos shows Kansas Democratic gubernatorial candidates who will square off in a debate Wednesday night, July 11, 2018, in Wichita, Kan. From left, are: Kansas state Sen. Laura Kelly, D-Topeka; former Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer; and former state Agriculture secretary Joshua Svaty.

Kobach at Wichita pro-ICE rally: a Deport an illegal alien todaya to create jobs

Kris Kobach spoke at a pro-ICE rally in Wichita Saturday, vowing to end in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants at Kansas universities and promising to help grow the Kansas workforce by deporting "illegal aliens." About three weeks out from the Kansas Republican primaries, Kobach is maintaining his stance against illegal immigration, calling it a burden on the state.

Orman associate attacks Democrat Kelly: a oeHave you ever had a real job?a

A campaign associate of Independent Greg Orman belittled Democrat Laura Kelly's experience as a recreational therapist, asking whether she was "certified to work with the monkey bars as well as the teeter totter?" Scott Poor made several comments on Kelly's gubernatorial campaign Facebook page on Friday that attacked her past work experience. By Saturday morning, the comments appeared to have been deleted.

Could industrial warehouses replace the Starlite Drive-In?

The Starlite Drive-In could one day be home to an industrial warehouse because of a zoning change passed Thursday. The Starlite Drive-In could one day be home to an industrial warehouse because of a zoning change passed Thursday.

Hungry goats devour west Wichita weed nightmare

Mary Powell's 75 Barnyard Weed Warriors lay waste to a west-side weed-infested lot Friday. The 75 goats devoured poison ivy, small trees and weeds, stripping away unwanted vegetation.

Census Bureau representatives will discuss Wichita hiring plans for 2020

The meeting will be at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the United Way of the Plains building, 245 N. Water. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do.

Man sentenced in shooting death of semi-pro football player last summer

One of the men accused of killing a semi-pro football player last summer has been ordered to serve life plus 13 months in prison. A jury convicted Ritchie D. Randle Jr. of Wichita in May of first-degree premeditated murder and criminal discharge of a firearm in the July 15, 2017, death of Timothy Golden.

Wichita captain convicted of pushing referee should get back to work

Wichita police captain Kevin Mears, right, argues with a youth basketball official as he takes his injured son off the court in January. Mears was convicted of battery and disorderly conduct after pushing the 17-year-old girl.

Woman convicted of killing Wichita mother, kidnapping baby sentenced

The woman convicted of killing a young Wichita mother and kidnapping her newborn baby was sentenced Friday in Sedgwick County Court. Last month, a jury found Sesmas guilty of first-degree murder for the death of Laura Abarca-Nogueda.

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