Most talked about Wichita Eagle stories

Wichita-area World Series listeners won’t hear Royals announcers — Royals fans who want to hear Denny Matthews and Ryan Lefebvre on the radio should drive closer to Kansas City during the World Series.

Fire Fighters Local: Wichita engaged in anti-union practices — The Wichita Fire Fighters Local 135 says the city has engaged in anti-union practices, including denying or significantly delaying the union's grievances, harassing or trying to dissuade members from using union representation and discouraging the enrollment of new members.

Arkansas City man killed in head-on crash with semi — An Arkansas City man was killed Monday night in a head-on collision with a semi near Eureka in Greenwood County, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol accident report.

Bob Lutz: Change in Royals’ batting order charged up offense — The Royals are 17-6 since moving Alcides Escobar, Nori Aoki and Lorenzo Cain to the top of the lineup.
Oct 21, 2014

Bob Lutz: Change in Royals’ batting order charged up offense.…

Wichita Food Tours offers a taste of local food, history — Mimi Shellito started her new business after enjoying food tours in other cities.
Oct 21, 2014

New business, Wichita Food Tours, offers a taste of local cuisine, history | The Wichita Eagle #ictdining

OpenTable honors Wine Dive for one of the nation’s top wine lists (VIDEO) — OpenTable compiled the list "after analyzing more than five million reviews of more than 20,000 restaurants across the country."
Oct 21, 2014

Great recognition for the Wine Dive + some good advice if you're trying to learn to drink red wine. Easy!… #ictdining

Mitt Romney to campaign for Pat Roberts in Kansas next week — Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate for president in 2012, will visit Kansas next week to campaign for U.S. Sen. Pat Roberts in a close race that has drawn national attention.

Man, 19, booked into jail on suspicion of two counts of murder in South Ida case — A 19-year-old Wichita man has been arrested and booked into jail on suspicion of two counts of first-degree murder.

Roberts’ Senate campaign uses photos of sunflowers from Ukraine, not Kansas — The photos, traced back to a Ukrainian photographer, appear at the top of Roberts' campaign Web page, his Facebook page and campaign news releases.