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Past articles by Mike:

Wichita woman has handicapped parking spot back

A woman whose son is in a wheelchair found the parking space outside her home eliminated. While the solution took some time to implement. The woman is now happy with the result. → Read More

Political sign confusion in Harvey County

It's an election year and that means political sings are popping up like dandelions in the yard. Questions about sign placement sometimes wind up in the lap of law enforcement. → Read More

Swimming safety a summertime priority

Thursday's drowning of a young child in Wichita is a reminder that children and pools can be a dangerous combination without constant adult supervision. → Read More

County Commission hearing on illegal immigration draws a crowd

Sedgwick County Commissioners getting an earful today during a public hearing over illegal immigration. The County Commission resolution would urge the state to prevent undocumented immigrants fr... → Read More

Wichita keeps Sedgwick County EMS agreement

An effort to allow private ambulance companies to compete in Wichita for non emergency services has fallen short. But it's likely the issue will come up again. For 13 years Sedgwick County has had ... → Read More

Wichita woman catches man trying to break into her apartment

The incident happened in the 900 block of South Mission, near Lincoln and Woodlawn. A 28-year-old woman told officers she went into her bedroom around 7:30 Sunday evening to find a man trying to ge... → Read More

WSU adding hotel to Innovation Campus

Wichita State University has announced another addition to its innovation campus. It's a Westin Element hotel. The 123 room hotel will house now only visiting students and their parents, but busine... → Read More

City to fix no parking problem for handicapped van owner

Every weekday Marcy Ross takes her 25 year old son Jeston to an adult day care on her way to and from work. Now she has a no parking zone across the entire 60 feet in front of her home. → Read More

Woman wants to fix damaged headstones at Highland Cemetery

Formed in 1868, Highland Cemetery at 10th and Hillside is the final resting place for many of the city's founders. → Read More

Mobile home park residents now using porta potties

The residents of a Mulvane Mobile Home Park continue to face challenges after water and sewer service was shut off June 3rd, because the park's owner was delinquent making sewer payments. The park ... → Read More

FAA offering rebates to plane owners who install new technology

It may not be Groupon, but the head of the FAA is offering small plane owners a rebate on an installing an important piece of new technology that will make the skies much safer. → Read More

Riverfest has major economic impact

Riverfest adds $25 to $30 million on the city's bottom line. → Read More

Security improvements coming to Old Town

Old Town Association and WPD announced security improvements to Old Town including new lighting and a bar patron ID checking system called Bar Shield. → Read More

Mulvane mobile home park losing sewer service

Mobile home park residents in Mulvane find out the city is cutting off sewer service for delinquent payments from the mobile home park owner. → Read More

Party affiliation deadline for primary election is June 1st

You have until June 1 to switch party affiliation before for the August primary unless you are unaffiliated. If you are unaffiliated with a political party you can declare right up to and including election day. → Read More

Reno County Jail to start dog training program

For the first time the Reno County Jail will take part in the Lucky Dog program which has been used at the state prison in Hutchinson. It pairs shelter dogs with inmates for obedience training. → Read More

Sedgwick County regulating political signs

During campaign season, Sedgwick County is regulating yard signs in regards to size and placement. → Read More

City, county agree on site for law enforcement training center

The Wichita City Council and Sedgwick County Commission hold a joint meeting to talk about the new Law Enforcement Training Center and firefighter training. → Read More

County neighborhood getting road paved despite some opposition

Over 70% of the Redmond Estates homeowners petitioned to have the county pave their gravel roads. Despite some opposition from a few homeowners the County Commission approved the move. → Read More

Possible USD 259 summer shutdown would have big impact

If the Kansas Supreme Court orders schools to shut down in July, it would have a $50 million impact on Wichita from USD 259 closing. → Read More