USC signee Kevin Porter Jr., Wichita State-bound Erik Stevenson and UConn signee Emmitt Matthews Jr. were just a few of some of the most talented players in the state to compete in the all-state games at Curtis High School on Saturday, where the 4A team beat the 3A team behind Enumclaw's Kaden Anderson, who scored a game-high 24 points. Check out the highlights.
It is natural to want to help people in need, but experts say giving cash to panhandlers may not be the best method. A better way to help is by donating to local charities designed to work with the homeless.
A German Shepherd was reunited with its family in Wichita after being mistakenly shipped to Japan on a United flight. The family was flying to Kansas City as they prepared to move to Wichita when they discovered their dog had not arrived.
Jacob Skylar Allen Lee was sentenced Friday to 23 years in prison for vehicular homicide. Christopher Grice, 36, was killed while riding in the car Lee was driving near Graham in 2016. Lee had alcohol, THC and methamphetamine in his system when he drove into a ditch, records show. This is Lee's second conviction for vehicular homicide.
Video shows panicked skiers being launched from and abandoning a malfunctioning chair lift at a ski resort in the former Soviet republic of Georgia. According to news reports, the lift was made by Doppelmayr, the same Austrian-Swiss company that installed chairs at Crystal Mountain ski resort.
This 65-frame time lapse video comprises the 7:00 am view of the Emmons and Winthrop Glaciers from Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - Monday, September 11, 2017 from the Camp Schurman webcam. (Note that there are several frames during this time that are missing). The time lapse reveals many interesting features of the glacier, including opening and closing crevasses, zones of different speeds on each glacier, melting of the latest year's winter snow accumulation, rock falls, avalanches, and many more. It is through time lapse videos like this that we can truly see the dynamic nature of glaciers as rivers of ice.
The chain’s CEO said the plan is to liquidate all U.S. stores, and likely those in Australia, France, Poland, Portugal and Spain. Stores in Canada, central Europe and Japan would remain open for potential buyers for those assets. Some 30,000 employees could be without jobs.