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For one Wichita woman, a painful reality has become a life's work. [Read More]
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A county coroner says a U.S. marshal who was shot while serving a warrant in Pennsylvania's capital city died of a gunshot wound to the... [Read More]
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The House has passed a temporary government-wide funding bill that would avert a government shutdown this weekend. [Read More]
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Eighteen days into the new year, Kansas has already seen 18 traffic deaths. That's a more-than 60-percent jump in the number of traffic deaths compared... [Read More]
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A specialized organization in Sedgwick County asks for help after recent deaths of a few of its birds. [Read More]
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The new machinery bears a Wichita flag logo on both of them. [Read More]
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'Doorknobs, countertops, light switches...' They're places around our home Jennifer Larkin, owner of Jenny's Maids cleaning service says could harbor harmful cold and flu... [Read More]
The Sedgwick County Zoo welcomed a baby orangutan Thursday afternoon. [Read More]
An early taste of spring will be followed by a weekend storm arriving in the Plains. [Read More]
People across the country are dying from the flu. [Read More]
Two Wichita police officers and a gambling operator tried to out an undercover investigator at a poker game, a federal indictment unsealed today alleges. [Read More]
The company says President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Mullet is stepping into retirement and starting Feb. 12, Joseph C. Wright will join Excel as... [Read More]
The sheriff's office says it recently learned someone received a fake ticket for a parking violation. Whoever wrote the bogus ticket claimed it was from... [Read More]
Just a few months ago, The American College of Cardiology and The American Heart Association changes the guidelines for hypertension. [Read More]
A Pratt man pleads guilty to two counts of child sex crimes... [Read More]
A Hutchinson man was ordered to repay more than $11,000 to the Kansas Medicaid Program after pleading guilty to Medicaid fraud-related charges. [Read More]
Robert J. Dole Medical Center 5500 E. Kellogg, Medical Center Auditorium Open to the public... [Read More]
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