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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

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Wichita-area educators and parents weigh in: Should we arm teachers?

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer said Friday that President Donald Trump's proposal to give teachers bonuses for carrying guns after the most recent mass shooting at a school "may be a good solution." Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer said Friday that President Donald Trump's proposal to give teachers bonuses for carrying guns after the most recent mass shooting at a school "may be a good solution."

Dining with Denise Q&A: Will west Wichita ever get a Red Robin?

Every week, my mailbag is full of questions from local diners needing culinary help. They want to know where they should eat, where they can find a particular dish, what ever happened to their favorite restaurant that closed.

10 fun things to do in Wichita this weekend

You've made it through a rather yucky weather week, and things are starting to look up in the forecast. There are a lot of fun things going on in Wichita this weekend, as it seems the social scene is finally starting to heat up for the spring.

What to see, do in Wichita this Final Friday

For Final Friday first-timers , I'd recommend the galleries on Commerce Street, as well as the venues in Old Town, including CityArts. Personally, I'd recommend Kody Ramsey's show at the KU School of Medicine, the annual KMUW mug art release party and what sounds like an interesting urban-planning exhibition at the Fisch Haus.

Wichita went crazy for these wine slushies at the Womena s Fair: How to get some

Free samples of its alcoholic awesomeness were being distributed last weekend at a booth at the Wichita Women's Fair - a wondrous oasis visible from the main thoroughfare but partially obscured by neighbors passing out trial-sized bottles of shampoo and hawking blinged-out bags. One taste and I knew: This was the adult beverage I'd always dreamed of, the one I never knew I always needed.

Ruh roh! Therea s a Scooby Doo Mystery Machine prowling Wichita streets

Casey Shanks, Shawn Lawrence and his son Kory with the Mystery Machine modeled on the iconic van from the 1960s cartoon "Scooby Do, Where Are You!" Casey Shanks, Shawn Lawrence and his son Kory with the Mystery Machine modeled on the iconic van from the 1960s cartoon "Scooby Do, Where Are You!" There have been two kinds of people born since about 1960 - those who drive a Scooby Doo Mystery Machine and those who wish they were that cool. A lifelong fan of Scooby Doo cartoons, Lawrence brought a childhood dream to life four months ago when he turned his shop van into a tribute to America's favorite animated Great Dane and the four "meddling kids" who rode with him from town to town solving seemingly supernatural crimes.

Icy wreck turns into slippery climb for rescuers

Wichita firefighters struggle to get up the river bank after recovering a car from the Little Arkansas River Thursday morning. Storm chaser Robin Lorenson documents the blizzard that struck the northwest corner of Kansas on Monday.

Mom posts video of bruised missing 5-year-old

"This is now a criminal investigation," Deputy Chief Gavin Seiler said at a City Hall news conference Wednesday afternoon. Emily Glass, 26, was booked into the Sedgwick County Jail shortly before 3:30 p.m. on two counts of child endangerment, records show.

Woman accused of murder, kidnapping Wichita baby after faked pregnancy found competent

Yesenia Sesmas made her first appearance in court Thursday afternoon, Feb. 2, 2017, in Judge Jeffrey Goering's courtroom on the 9th floor of the Sedgwick County Courthouse. Sesmas is accused of killing a Wichita mother and kidnapping her newborn baby.

Raze or renovate? Wichita to ask residents about fate of Century II

Last year, the city was abuzz with debate: Should the iconic blue-domed Century II be razed, a newly constructed performing-arts/convention center to take its place? Or should the city just make necessary renovations to the nearly half-century-old building and preserve it as much as possible? Realizing the intense public emotion surrounding this issue, the city has elected to spend the majority of 2018 listening to Wichitans' opinions, according to John D'Angelo, director of the city's Division of Arts and Cultural Services.

Want to learn harmonica? This Wichita workshop teaches absolute beginners how to play

You don't have to have any musical experience to learn how to play the harmonica - at least that's what the blues musician Hamilton Loomis says. Loomis, a Grammy-nominated blues artist, is teaching a weekend of classes from March 3-4 in Wichita that promise to teach absolute beginners how to play blues harmonica.

Former NFL stara s two Wichita restaurants closed for nonpayment of taxes

Wichita's two Wings & Things restaurants, owned by former Wichita native and NFL star Kamerion Wimbley, are closed. Both of the restaurants have signs on the doors posted by the Kansas Department of Revenue saying that they have been seized for non-payment of taxes.

Senator Roberts Says Chance For Immigration Reform Dimming In 2018

Sen. Pat Roberts meets with an attendee at the recent Kansas GOP convention in Wichita. The senator says Congress should tackle immigration reform incrementally.

Records reveal sometimes violent relationship between stepmom, father of missing boy

Wichita police on Wednesday provided several incident reports about the couple after announcing that the stepmother has been arrested on suspicion of endangering 5-year-old Lucas and another child. Lucas has been missing since Saturday.

Winter storm cancels Thursday classes in Wichita, Andover, Maize

Thousands of students in the Wichita metro area are getting a day off from school thanks to the latest wave of wintry weather. Wichita, Maize and Andover public schools all will be closed on Thursday due to the icy conditions glazing the region.

Account of 4-year-old girl and YMCA video used in rape case against child care worker

Former YMCA worker Caleb Gaston was charged with indecent liberties involving a second child Monday afternoon in Judge Faith Maughan's court. Bond was set at $1 million.

Stepmother of missing 5-year-old Wichita boy arrested

During the press conference, WPD Deputy Captain Gavin Seiler did confirm a 26-year-old woman has been arrested and booked into the Sedgwick County Jail on suspicion of two counts of child endangerment. Authorities said two children are involved in the case.

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