The Arkansas City Police Department arrested two Arkansas City residents Dec. 20 in connection with a significant injury to their 3-month-old son. Brandon Ray Fuller, 21, and Kadyn Janae Rollins, 18, were arrested on suspicion...Read More
A City of Arkansas City employee was injured fatally Dec. 21 in a workplace accident at the Public Works Department central shop. The employee was transported by ambulance to South Central Kansas Medical Center in critical...Read More
The Arkansas City Police Department has a long history of giving back to the community. One of the ways ACPD officers do so is by providing an annual “Shop with a Cop” program. This program provides underprivileged children with...Read More
The Kiwanis Club of Arkansas City gave back to the local community in a big way this week. The social club gave $1,000 each to three local nonprofit organizations — Angels in the Attic, Family Life Services (FLS) and Manna...Read More
In a case that could have local implications, The Wichita Eagle recently filed a lawsuit against the City of Wichita that claims the city violated the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA). The lawsuit contests that the city violated...Read More
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