A state agency is reminding utility customers who are behind on paying their electric and natural gas bills that the Kansas Cold Weather Rule ends Tuesday.
The Kansas Corporation Commission says the rule aims to protect residential customers who cannot fully pay winter utility bills. It is in effect from Nov. 1 through March 31 of each year for customers of companies under the KCC's jurisdiction.
Wichita State University announced on Tuesday that Airbus will be moving its Old Town operations to the university’s Innovation Campus. KMUW’s Sean Sandefur has more…
The announcement marks the first major company to have a dedicated building on Wichita State's proposed Innovation Campus. Airbus will move about 400 employees from its Old Town offices to a brand new facility built on what is now the school’s golf course. The move would provide internships to students and collaboration with faculty.
Newell Rubbermaid is planning a $27 million expansion of the company's plant in Winfield. In an announcement on Monday, officials explained the expansion will add 320 jobs at the plant. KMUW's Abigail Wilson reports...
Newell Rubbermaid is the largest employer in Winfield and currently manufactures outdoor storage and outdoor living products as well as coolers and ice chests at the facility.
Officials say the expansion will increase manufacturing space.
A 500,000-square foot distribution center will also be built adjacently to the existing facilities.
A sign is taped to a back entrance of Hartman Arena in Wichita, identifying where "ballot counters" are to go. Large bins filled with orange pieces of paper were dumped onto a table on Friday afternoon and the counting began.
Two Dillons grocery stores in Wichita that have been open since the 1960's will close this month. KMUW’s Abigail Wilson reports....
A Dillons store near 13th and Woodlawn and another at Harry and Broadway will shut their doors July 19.
Spokeswoman Sheila Lowrie says the location of the two stores makes it impossible to increase their size. She says this limits what the stores can offer customers when compared to other sites-- such as the Dillons at 37th and Woodlawn.