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Past articles by Lindi:

Southeast High School band takes a trip of a lifetime

In October 2016 a Wichita high school marching band received and invitation to perform at the 2017 pearl harbor memorial parade. The opportunity was too good to pass up, so the Southeast High Golde... → Read More

TSA implements new screening

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced new carry-on baggage security screening procedures at Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport. To ensure the security of airlin... → Read More

Millions of unclaimed property dollars in Kansas

Each year thousands of people lose track of their bank accounts, cash, stocks, bonds, and other types of money, but what you might not realize is the money is not always lost. It could be sitting i... → Read More

Chances of kids hit by cars doubles on Halloween

A child has a greater chance of being hit by a car on Halloween than any other day of the year, including big holidays like Independence Day and New Year's Day. → Read More

Largest employer in Kansas gives back

Employees at the largest company in Kansas worked together Thursday to package thousands of meals for the Kansas Food Bank. → Read More

School board feud: one member called 'wicked'

"I feel sorry for you,"' Arnold wrote after Eakins wrote of board "bullying" tactics. → Read More

Pink badges for the month of October

Several members of the Newton Police Department, in a show of unity and support with those who have been impacted by breast cancer, have decided to wear pink badges during the month of October. → Read More

Culvert in Rice County collapses, poses danger to drivers

Recent heavy rains are causing some serious problems in parts of Kansas. One road is so dangerous that county leaders are sending out a warning to drivers. → Read More

Leading cause for firefighter death is not what you may think

An event Sunday honors firefighters who have died in line of duty. The leading cause of death for firefighters is not what you might think. → Read More

Chili for charity

Wichita Wagonmasters Chili Cook off has been a tradition in Wichita for voe 30 years. A cook off people look forward to every year. → Read More

Expect new changes near Intrust Bank Arena

More positive changes coming to the downtown area. A few rundown blocks just right across the street from Intrust Bank Arena, but a few businessmen are wanting to change that. If you've been down... → Read More

Open Streets ICT happening Sunday

Douglas will be closed Sunday through parts of downtown Wichita, it's all part of a new event called Open Streets ICT. → Read More

Man hurt in Butler County home explosion dies

Jeremiah Horn says his dad is lucky to be alive after gas leak caused his father's home to explode with his father still inside it. → Read More

'Person of interest' held in Carriage Parkway homicide

Officers were called to Holistic Psychiatric Hospital on Carriage Parkway shortly after 7:00 p.m. Wednesday. → Read More

Man arrested in stabbing death of holistic doctor in east Wichita

Wichita police have arrested a 21-year-old man for the stabbing death of a holistic doctor Wednesday evening on the city's east side. → Read More

Police: Dr. Achutha Reddy stabbed to death in east Wichita

Wichita police have arrested a 21-year-old man for the stabbing death of a holistic doctor Wednesday evening on the city's east side. → Read More

Local Korean reacts to North Korea's threat

The North Korean news agency making it official early this morning, confirming that the nation has successfully conducted a test of a hydrogen bomb for an inter-continental ballistic missile. The T... → Read More

Wichita State students walk a mile to raise awareness

It's not something you see everyday, dozens of young men on the Wichita State campus put on women's high heel shoes Tuesday night. It may sound like some crazy initiation stunt but there was a ser... → Read More

Kansas first responders help Harvey victims

First responders from across Kansas have made their way to Texas to help victims of hurricane Harvey, but there is still a need to help those who have lost everything. People watching Harvey's des... → Read More

Sweet 16 party held for girl fighting cancer

A young girl fighting cancer has spent several days in the hospital undergoing aggressive chemo treatments. One of those days was on her birthday. She didn't get to celebrate like she imagined, but... → Read More