WICHITA, Kansas - Severe storms hit south central Kansas Monday afternoon causing damage to some buildings, trees and utility poles.
Reno County Dispatch says a mile-long stretch of power lines is down in that county.
The storm produced 60 mph winds near K-61 and High Point Road.
In Sumner County, there's some roof damage to buildings in Argonia and Caldwell.
Sumner County dispatchers say a row of trees east of Argonia blew over and is blocking part of US 160.
In Kingman County, there are reports of a shed demolished and two-inch diameter tree limbs downed.
In Argonia, there are reports of damage to the high school and elementary school roof.
A 4.5 magnitude earthquake has been recorded in central Oklahoma by the U.S. Geological Survey.
A national basketball tournament that's called Hutchinson home for six decades could leave town if improvements aren't made to the sports arena.
As the thermometer shows we're well into winter, ice dams become a potential concern for homeowners.While there's no snow here yet, it likely will be here sooner than later.Knowing what to expect and how to prepare can help prevent future damage.
While many Wichitans are celebrating Nelson Mandela’s life, others ask if the younger generation has a true understanding of who he was. We spoke to students today and found for many, the legacy is something they were never taught.
One of the coldest mornings of the year awaits the thousands of runners planning to take part in Saturday's Jingle Bell Run.
Some kids will be receiving a hand-made wooden toy this holiday season thanks to Santa's elves at Fort Hays State University.