WICHITA, Kansas – For the first time since 1990, Koch Industries broke ground on a new building Tuesday.
There were orange t-shirts everywhere as Koch Chairman & CEO Charles Koch expressed his gratitude to workers around the globe for helping grow the business.
“I want to thank of all of the employees from the bottom of my heart because you’re the ones that make this possible because you’re the ones who do it. Now lets all go off and create some value!”
The new building will hold about 750 people.
It will have its own lobby, cafeteria, courtyard, and own training center.
The expansion is expected to be completed by 2015.
Bimbo Bakeries announced that it will close its bakery located at 2530 Southeast Drive in Wichita. The company employees 118 people.
Secretary Sebelius orders investigation into botched rollout.
The thefts occurred between 7000 North 143rd Street East and 3000 North 143rd Street East late Saturday and early Sunday.
The Kansas Supreme Court will hear arguments next week in the appeals of two brothers sentenced to death for murders committed in December 2000.
Massachusetts woman dies after being dragged for nearly half a mile by a bus.
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WICHway, the Kansas Department of Transportation's Intelligent Transportation System on Wichita's highways, has a new interactive website that functions on all types of computers plus it is useable on smartphones.