Kasey Nickel, a sophomore at the University of Texas at Arlington where she competes in adaptive track, is now just one step away from qualifying for the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic games, defying the odds and inspiring others with her message along the way.
A little more than two years have passed since nine people were injured in a violent, two-vehicle crash near Clearwater. Among those injured were then 13-year-old Caleb Tobias, a survivor who isn’t letting a physical disability hold him back from achieving athletic goals.
An inside-the-park homerun was just one of the plays that eight-year-old Owen Hoag will always remember. Wearing his No. 2 jersey, he celebrated with his teammates Tuesday night after playing what might be one of his most memorable baseball games.
To celebrate Earth Day, Winfield’s Country View Elementary School kicked off construction of its new Max Sunshine Project solar initiative, a project that teaches students about solar energy and remembers Max Henderson, a second-grade student who died in 2019.
When four-year-old Luna Gonzalez and her twin sister Gianella let their balloon go four months ago, their family had no way of knowing that the fun holiday activity would lead to a new friendship hundreds of miles away.
Police are used to getting calls for help, but some of those calls go well beyond what we imagine. The Patrol South Community Policing Team in Wichita shows just how much their community means to them.
Clarence Officer didn’t do anything wrong and he was confused when Wichita police approached him while he was shopping at Walmart on North Rock Road. But it was a situation that ended with mutual admiration.