he U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday (Oct. 21) announced that the former president of ice cream manufacturer Blue Bell Creameries L.P. faces criminal charges in connection with a listeria outbreak in 2015 that led to several illnesses and three deaths.
An emergency-planning company that has been in the area for nearly 20 years is building a new home in Wichita. On Monday (Oct. 19), Advance Catastrophe Technologies broke ground on a $3-million national headquarters in southwest Wichita.
As many airlines resort to layoffs after federal assistance ran out, aviation manufacturers are making changes of their own. Thursday, Spirit AeroSystems and Boeing announced efforts to consolidate production.
As wildfires continue to spread on the west coast and unprecedented rainfall impacts many southern states, millions of Americans are impacted by natural disasters. To assist those seeking to provide help, the Better Business Burea offers suggestions to make sure your donations go where you attend them to go.
Denise Groene with the Better Business Bureau joined Eyewitness News Tuesday, Sept. 15 to warn about a scam ramping up during the COVID-19 pandemic. The scam concerns notices that you’ve missed a package delivery.
With widespread concerns about equipment and supply shortages resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, one Wichita business steps up with customers to make sure masks are available for people in the community who needs them.
On Monday, Wheels Up, “the leading brand in private aviation,” unveiled its first-ever orange Beechcraft King Air 350i. Textron Aviation designed and painted the plane that will serve as “a flying symbol to raise awareness for food insecurity."
A little more than one week since a devastating explosion in the Lebanese capital of Beirut killed at least 135 people and injured thousands more, a country already facing economic woes was further thrown into crisis.
The Wichita City Council Tuesday approved the “Open Air ICT” program, which will allow businesses to use outdoor spaces like right-of-ways and parking lots to make social distancing easier and to keep staff and customers safe.
In a news conference from Salina Monday, Kansas Governor Laura Kelly announced that Schwan’s is committed to expanding its Tony’s Pizza Production facility. The expansion will protect existing jobs and add 225 new full-time jobs, the governor said.
The State of Kansas has asked a federal court to set aside a decision by the U.S. Department of the Interior that allows the Wyandotte Nation of Oklahoma to build and operate a casino on land in Park City, Attorney General Derek Schmidt announced today.
While some businesses are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic others are thriving. A new business owner, Desirae White, who owns Stay On Track said she started her business in June, and some of her services, like school workbooks have been on high demand.
Even though Sedgwick County has decided not to mandate Governor Laura Kelly’s order that people wear masks in public, some businesses like Roxy’s Downtown have already started enforcing wearing masks at its establishment. The business is also limiting capacity to 50 percent.
Across the U.S. many black-owned businesses report seeing more support in recent weeks amid protests calling for equality and reform.
Eyewitness News on Friday spoke with two black business owners in Wichita who say they've noticed the same kind of increase.
A filing form the Securities and Exchange Commission shows Textron Incorporated plans to cut nearly 2,000 positions as part of its restructuring plans to address economic challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Dow on Thursday dropped more than 1,800 points, marking one of the worst lows since March. This comes as COVID-19 cases start to increase again. The slide caused some panic, but what does it really mean in the long run?
Sedgwick County's decision that Phase Two of Kansas Governor Laura Kelly's reopening plan should be followed, but not enforced could speed up the reopening process by nearly two weeks for some local businesses.
Boeing is cutting more than 12,000 U.S. jobs through layoffs and buyouts, with several thousand more jobs expected to be cut over the next few months as the aircraft deals with a downturn in travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic.