SATANTA, Kansas - It was a story of inspiration and courage Thursday night in Satanta.
Back in September, 16-year-old Anthony Crump, a member of the Satanta Indians football team, was left paralyzed after he was tackled in a game.
But after more than a month of treatment and rehabilitation at Shriners Hospital in Chicago, Anthony arrived back home in Satanta Thursday.
He was standing and walking on the field to present the game ball.
Along with his mom, Jeanette, had one goal in mind.
"I'm in total agreement with him. It is wonderful to be home. It is overwhelming all the support. Coming out here and watching everyone welcome him back makes me want to cry," said Jeanette Crump, Anthony's mom.
Anthony's teammates also welcomed him home with a victory.
Satanta took on Deerfield.
The Indians beat the Spartans, 56-8.
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.
Make sure you keep you pet protected from the cold elements.
Wichita Shocker baseball is conducting an internal review of the program.
The FDA considers new drug for treatment of hepatitis C which is a major threat to baby boomer population.
Two Wichita police cars collided Friday afternoon while responding to call. It happened at 2nd and Broadway.
Wichita police arrested two men after 17 vehicle break-ins Thursday morning.