WICHITA - The city of Wichita is not planning to collect debris from this weekend’s storm. Property owners are responsible for disposing of debris, none of which should be placed at the curb unless arrangements with a private hauler have been made.
A list of solid waste haulers is provided on www.wichita.gov.
KINGMAN, Kan. - Jury selection has begun in the trial of a former sheriff's deputy accused of killing his wife and torching their house.
KAKE-TV reports more than 15% of Kingman's population is expected to be called for the jury pool for Brett Seacat's trial, which began Monday in Kingman. The 37-year-old man is charged with
WICHITA - The National Weather Service office is located on the west side of Wichita's Mid-continent Airport ... directly in the path of Sunday's tornado. Meteorologist Chance Hayes tells KNSS News his people took precautions as the storm approached... taking shelter in a special, reinforced room in the building. The National Weather Service building was not
WICHITA - Sedgwick County Emergency Management Director Randy Duncan tells KNSS News Wichita "dodged a potentially very large bullet" Sunday ... as an EF 1 tornado lifted as it approached the city. Three houses received damage southwest of the city from the tornado. Duncan credits "the electronic media" for getting out the word about the approaching
WICHITA, Kan. - A severe thunderstorm and tornados moved through Wichita and Sedgwick County Sunday afternoon.
Shortly before three o'clock the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for Sedwick County. The storm moved in from the southwest and within five minutes the report of funnel clouds in
FORT RILEY, Kan. - An Army team is inspecting the cemetery at Fort Riley to verify that all service members buried there are properly identified and commemorated. The work is part of the Army's initiative to make proper accounting of 27 cemeteries at 17 sites nationwide by June 30. Nearly 40,000 graves will be reviewed in all.
The work at
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