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.
-With October, designated as National Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Awareness Month, the Kansas Infant Death and SIDS (KIDS) Network reports seeing an uptick in infant deaths and emphasizes the importance of safe sleep practices for babies.
A Wichita tattoo parlor is looking for a temporary place to continue business after a car crashed into the shop. It happened Wednesday, Sept. 30 at Addictions In Ink Tattoo and Piercing near Kellogg and Tyler.
Ten days after a gunfight reenactment at Old Cowtown Museum ended with a 24-year-old man being shot with a live round, the City of Wichita announced that such reenactments at Cowtown have been suspended “until further notice.”
About six months since school buses have been a common sight on Wichita-area streets, the start of a new school year has safety advocates pleading with drivers to pay attention and look out for those buses, back on the road running routes for the first time since March.