Workers at the Wichita Catholic Care Center at 45th Street North and Woodlawn are working to replace a 100 windows broken by hail.
Wichita city leaders are assessing the damage from Sunday’s tornado. Most of the damage occurred on private property.
In parts of Wichita just about no buildings escaped the wrath of the storm as high wind coupled with hail smashed windows.
KSN employees and meteorologists took shelter from the tornado Sunday while continuing to broadcast from a safe place.
Residents in southwest Wichita are dealing with the aftermath of an EF-1 tornado that barreled through that part of town Sunday afternoon.
Several tornadoes struck parts of the nation’s midsection, concentrating damage in central Oklahoma and Wichita, Kan.
One of several tornadoes spawned by a powerful storm system rumbling through the Plains and Midwest has leveled several mobile homes in an area southeast of Oklahoma City.
An apartment complex was bombarded by large hail, after a tornado touched down.
The National Weather Service described the tornado as “violent and extremely dangerous.”
Wichita police were called Sunday evening to the 4200 block of South Hydraulic to check on the welfare of a child.
Kansas military officials are juggling schedules and changing plans to accommodate furloughs of more than 6,000 civilian employees because of federal budget cuts.
A woman called 911 early Sunday to report her husband had been shot in the head.
Jury selection has begun in the trial of a former sheriff’s deputy accused of killing his wife and torching their house
Antonio M. Brown is charged with first-degree murder and child abuse in the October 2011 death of his girlfriend’s 14-month-old son, Clayden Lee Urbanek.
William Marotta’s attorney filed a motion Friday asking Judge Mary E. Mattivi to disqualify herself from the case. The filing doesn’t include a reason for the request, and state statute doesn’t require Marotta to give one.