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Shelters open in Wichita as dangerous heat continues

Temperatures at or over 100 degrees for the rest of the week will combine with the humidity for some oppressive heat leading into the weekend. 

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Kansas priest charged with possessing child pornography

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A Kansas priest has been charged with one count of possessing child pornography. 

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Amid national hepatitis A outbreaks, Kansas requires vaccine for schoolkids

Kansas schools will require two new vaccines come August, including one against a virus that’s hospitalized 13,000 people and killed 200 across the country since 2016. 

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Wichita father needs help finding son who suffers from mental heath issues

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A Wichita father is asking for the community's help in finding his 44-year-old son who suffers from mental health issues and has been missing since Saturday. 

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Kansas man dies in rollover crash in Colorado

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Authorities say a 57-year-old Kansas man has died following a rollover crash north of Denver, Colorado.  

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Court upholds death sentence in case that prompted Kansas Amber Alert

The Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence for a man who kidnapped, raped and killed a 10-year-old girl in Springfield. 

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Man charged with sexually abusing girl at his mom's day care

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Prosecutors filed statutory sodomy charges this week against 18-year-old Joseph Hammerly and charges of child endangerment and failure to report against his mother, 47-year-old Emily Hammerly.

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Emma Jacobs

Teenager Emma Jacobs was reported missing on June 24 in Olathe.

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Kansas Shriner elected to global leadership position Video included

Jeff Sowder calls himself a small-town Kansas cowboy. But now he has a global title of Imperial Potentate.

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Excessive heat forcing companies to take precautions Video included

Triple digit temperatures forces companies to take precautions with their employees.

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Boyfriend arrested after mother of 4 dies in Wichita shooting Video included

Wichita police spokesperson Charley Davidson said 29-year-old Victor Castro was booked Wednesday morning for second-degree murder and felon in possession of a firearm.

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Kansas nursing home residents beat the heat with Slip N Slide Video included

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Nursing home residents in northern Kansas are beating the heat by slipping and sliding.  

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Good Samaritans help driver after plywood falls out of pickup onto Wichita street

When sheets of plywood spilled out of a man's pickup and onto a northwest Wichita street, three people jumped in to help.

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'See Something, Say Something': Police encourage community to come forward with information Video included

After years of violent crime in Wichita, community members are saying enough is enough. 

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Couple wins one, loses one in lawsuits against Emporia State

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A black couple who filed separate discrimination lawsuits against Emporia State University won one lawsuit while the other was dismissed.

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Man arrested for DUI after crashing SUV into apartment, Wichita police say

A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence and other charges after Wichita police say he crashed his SUV into an apartment. 

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Pigs fall from truck; Kansas officer thinks dispatch said kids (VIDEO)

Confusion about whether pigs or kids had tumbled out of a vehicle in Kansas led to a humorous exchange between a dispatcher and an officer.

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Police assisting FBI with investigation in several Wichita locations Video included

The Federal Bureau of Investigation says Wichita police are assisting agents with an investigation spanning several locations in the city. 

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Kansas superintendent says he didn't know nurse in sex case was fired before

De Soto, Kansas, Superintendent Frank Harwood said Tuesday that Richard Finazzo wouldn't have been hired if the district "had any idea" of the suspicions. 

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Police investigate bank robbery in south Wichita

The robbery happened at around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday at Southwest National Bank at 3101 South Seneca.

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Floreanne Lee Mayfield Video included

Years have passed, and still no sign of a missing northeast Kansas senior. 

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Aftershocks start preparations for the TBT Video included

The WSU alumni team tips off against Iowa United on July 25th at 8 pm inside Koch Arena. 

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Wichita Police Department enforcing electric scooter rules Video included

Tuesday was day two of scooter mania in Wichita. The Wichita Police Department is enforcing the rules of the scooters, but say most aren't following them. 

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TRAFFIC ALERT: Portions of I-235 to shutdown over the weekend Video included

Drivers beware!  There's a big road closure coming to Wichita this weekend.  Construction will shutdown a large chunk of I-235 in both directions. 

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Heat causes road to buckle in Hays

The department said on Facebook that both directions of 22nd Street between Douglas Drive and Canterbury Drive will be closed until further notice. 

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The rising temperatures in Kansas are a concern for summer athletic programs Video included

With temperatures rising over one-hundred degrees this week, experts are warning Kansans of the dangers of heat exposure. 

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RECALL ALERT: Adjustable desk & Coffee mugs Video included

OFFICE DEPOT RECALLS DESKS DUE TO SHOCK HAZARD Description: This recall involves  Realspace Magellan Performance-Electric Height-Adjustable Desks. They were sold in espresso or cherry colors. The desks have the Office Depot SKU number 358370 (espresso) or 216230 (cherry) printed on a label located underneath the desk top. The desk’s control box is located under the desk on the right side and controls the desk’s upward and downward movements.  Consumer Contac...

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Man receives felony charges in Pawnee County domestic violence case involving child

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A man has been arrested on felony charges in connection to a domestic violence case in Pawnee County. The incident happened on the morning of July 8th. Authorities responded to 

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Hays sexual assault suspect found dead, police say

Hays police say the suspect in a burglary and sexual assault over the weekend has been found dead. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Cameron Mickle found safe

Cameron Mickle, a 16-year-old Kansas boy who was reported missing in January, has been found safe.

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Woman sentenced to 9 years for DWI crash that killed daughter

A 32-year-old Missouri woman has been sentenced to nine years in prison for a drunken driving crash that killed her 5-year-old daughter.

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Police investigate woman's death in northeast Wichita Video included

Police are investigating the death of a 72-year-old woman in northeast Wichita.

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Wichita man gets 23 years for burglary, attempted murder of police

A Wichita man who fired at officers and was wounded during a police chase in late 2017 has been sentenced to more than 23 years in prison.

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Kansas City man convicted of abusing, killing daughter

A 43-year-old Kansas City man has been convicted of sexually assaulting and killing his 18-year-old daughter. 

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Woman killed, man hurt in rollover crash in Kansas

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Authorities say a woman has died and a man suffered serious injuries in a rollover crash in eastern Kansas.  It happened at around 5:30 a.m. Monday on Interstate 35 in southern Osage County. 

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WPS Nutrition Services to host hiring event

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The Wichita Public School District will host an open interview event to hire part-time service aides. 

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Maize, Newton school districts to host job fairs

    Hundreds of positions are open in schools across the state. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Bernard Mulanax Video included

It's been nearly 10 years since Bernard Francis Mulanax was last seen in northeast Kansas. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Rylie Welsh

Rylie Welsh was last seen on July 7 in Kansas City, Kan. 

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Texas woman dies, transportation worker injured after wreck

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A 52-year-old Texas woman died in a wreck that later led to a Kansas Department of Transportation worker being injured. The Kansas Highway Patrol says Patricia Falconer, of Canyon Lake, Texas, died in the accident Monday on Interstate 35 in Osage County. Falconer lost control of her vehicle and over-corrected, causing the vehicle to roll several times. She died at the scene. A passenger, 27-year-old Jeffrey Cadman, also of Canyon Lake, was seriously injured. The patrol says about 9...

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Report: FAA could ground 737 Max jets until January 2020 Video included

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There’s more bad news for Boeing and its grounded 737 Max Jets. 

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Scooters launch downtown, many don't know riding rules Video included

500 new electric scooters rolled out Monday in downtown. Some people are already breaking the rules, but many aren't even aware of what they are.  

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Silver alert canceled, 63-year-old Wichita man found safe

A silver alert has been issued for a missing Wichita man. 63-year-old Jeffrey Wade has been diagnosed with Dementia and was last seen at Ascension Via Christi St. Francis Hospital at around 8 a.m.

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Alex Delton impressing at TCU Video included

Alex Delton is one of 6 players vying for the starting quarterback position at TCU. 

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Electric scooters hit the streets in Wichita Video included

You'll now be able to get around downtown Wichita on an E-Scooter.   The much anticipated scooters made their debut today.   Before you hop on, here's what you need to know. To get started, you have to download an ap called 'Spin' to rent them. That app also has the rules and regulations on using the scooters, and where you can find them. You can ride them from sunrise to sunset, but you can't use them on sidewalks, only the streets. Don't forget that helme...

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Miles discusses decision to reinstate Pooka at Big 12 Media Days Video included

Miles addressed the decision before taking questions for 15 minutes in the opening session. 

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Officer goes above and beyond to help 76-year-old woman Video included

A Wichita Police Officer has gone above and beyond to help a 76-year-old woman pay for her bills.

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Man charged with raping child in Valley Center

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Steven Walters made his first court appearance on Monday where he was charged with three counts of rape of a child under the age of 14 and aggravated criminal sodomy.

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Wichita rescuers save mom, 7-year-old and dog from Arkansas River

Wichita's fire marshal says crews rescued a woman, a child and a family pet from the Arkansas River on the city's northwest side. 

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Trader Joe's is coming to Wichita and community members are excited Video included

Construction crews are working quickly to remodel a vacant building in Bradley Fair and they are turning it into something many shoppers are excited about. 

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Man enters plea in killing of confidential drug informant

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Authorities say a Kansas man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit first degree murder in the killing of a confidential drug informant whose body was found by deer hunters.

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Wichita police wound man while responding to domestic disturbance Video included

Wichita police say a 26-year-old man is recovering after being shot by an officer responding to an emergency call from the man's mother.

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Kansas woman admits crashing car into Cabela's to steal guns

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A 27-year-old woman has admitted that she and a co-defendant intentionally drove a car into a Cabela's store in Kansas in order to steal guns.

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Kansas man drowns while cleaning pond overflow pipe

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Saline County Sheriff Roger Soldan says deputies responded to a report about a possible drowning just before 2:30 a.m. Monday east of Salina. 

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Police: Driver who fled DUI checkpoint in Old Town crashes during chase

Police spokesperson Kevin Wheeler said 19-year-old Michael Tejeda was booked for two counts of aggravated battery, possession of marijuana, and flee and elude. 

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Tanganyika welcomes baby giraffe

Tanganyika Wildlife Park is welcoming a baby giraffe, the 60th born at the park and 10th in the last two years. 

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Kansas couple killed when motorcycle hits deer

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The Kansas Highway Patrol says 37-year-old Jason Huen and 27-year-old Julie Huen, of Gardner, were thrown from the motorcycle Saturday night when the deer ran in front of their vehicle in Gardner.

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Officer rear-ends fleeing bicyclist in south Wichita

The Kansas Highway Patrol says an officer attempted to stop 23-year-old Derek Johnson who was a possible suspect in a domestic violence case.

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President Trump moves to end asylum protections for Central Americans

The Trump administration is moving to end asylum protections for most Central American migrants. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Brenda Middleton Video included

A northeast Kansas police department said it is trying to track down a missing teen to make sure she's safe.

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A local Kansas group helps owners take care of their animals after a disaster Video included

The mission for Paws Crossed thrift store is to make sure families get the help they need to take care of their pets after a disaster. 

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Competitive Senate race could be a money maker for Kansas Video included

We've already got five candidates for retiring Senator Pat Roberts' seat, with more expected. Not only does this mean more choices for voters, it could be good for your pocketbook. 

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Snyder thanks fans, former players, coaches at retirement celebration Video included

K-State held a special retirement celebration for Snyder in Manhattan this weekend. 

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Tanker cars derail in Hays

The Hays Police Department says around 5 on Sunday afternoon, three tanker cars carrying ethanol derailed from the tracks. 

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A group of boys are hospitalized after possible carbon monoxide poisoning

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Around ten people were transported to a Wichita hospital this afternoon in McPherson after they were showing signs of carbon monoxide poisoning. 

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"Heather's Ride" raises money for blind, visually impaired kids camp

Dozens gathered at Lake Afton Sunday morning to ride bikes and raise money for a special cause. 

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Missing northeast Kansas man found, statewide Silver Alert canceled

A man was driving a moving truck from Indiana to Kansas when police issued a Silver Alert.

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Woman speeding before deadly southeast Kansas crash

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Woman speeding before deadly southeast Kansas crash.

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Off-Duty Wichita police officer arrested for DUI

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On Friday evening, the Mulvane Police Department arrested an off-duty Wichita Police officer for a DUI. 

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Wichita teen hosts blood drives after bout with cancer Video included

A Wichita teenager is hosting blood drives after her fight with Leukemia.

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Two-year-old drowns in southeast Wichita Video included

Police are investigating a potential drowning after they were dispatched to a home in the 2200 block of South Linden on Saturday morning. We have crews headed to the scene to gather more information. 

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Law enforcement agencies around Kansas trying to fill vacant positions Video included

Law enforcement agencies across the state their help wanted signs out, wanting to fill vacant positions. Many are now holding job fairs, but aren't having much luck. 

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Occupation ICT protest taking place in Delano Video included

Sunflower Community Action and ICTindivisible hold protests in the Delano district after president Trump's recent comments about immigration raids.

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Cheney band uniforms appear on 'Stranger Things' episode Video included

Fans of the hit show "Stranger Things" are more than familiar with the adventures of a group of kids from fictional Hawkins, Indiana. But what they might not know, is that the new season of the show features an appearance by some band uniforms from the very real town of Cheney, Kansas. When Cheney Band Director Travis Johnson opened his email last week, he was shocked at what he found. Got an email last week that said they were going to be on a national television sh...

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Police arrest 2 men for separate child rapes in Arkansas City

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Police in Arkansas City say they've arrested two men for the alleged rapes of children.

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Cosmosphere to celebrate 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 Video included

The Cosmosphere in Hutchinson is planning a week of events leading up to the anniversary. 

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Kansas tax collectors seize 7 convenience stores

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Kansas tax collectors have seized and closed seven convenience stores in Salina. 

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Kansas man arrested for kidnapping, child sex crimes

Authorities have arrested a 52-year-old Kansas man for child sex crimes and kidnapping. 

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Man arrested for deadly drive-by shooting in northeast Wichita

Wichita police say a suspect wanted in connection to the drive-by shooting death of a 23-year-old man earlier this year is in custody.

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Barry is a triple threat of storm surge, high rivers and flooding as it gets closer to the Louisiana coast

Louisiana authorities are urging residents not to underestimate the danger and destruction Tropical Storm Barry threatens as it nears the coast Friday. 

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Wichita police to conduct sobriety checkpoint this weekend

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Officers with the Wichita Police Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in the city this weekend. 

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Police find 75 pounds of meth during traffic stop on I-70

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Police in northeast Kansas say they have arrested one person after officers found 75 pounds of meth during a traffic stop. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Tyzia Herbert

A south-central Kansas teen has been missing since April 2019.

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Burglars posing as tree trimmers steal from Wichita woman Video included

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Wichita police are warning residents to be on guard after two people posing at city tree trimmers stole from a homeowner.

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Kansas is still the country's top producer of wheat

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a graphic showing the states with most winter wheat sold in 2018. Kansas was the year's top producer with nearly $1.4 billion worth of the crop sold. 

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Labor Secretary Acosta resigns amid Epstein deal scrutiny

Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta is stepping down following criticism of his handling of a plea deal with a wealthy financier Jeffrey Epstein, who is accused of sexually abusing dozens of underage girls. 

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Wrong-way driver dies after crashing head-on into semi in Kansas

Authorities say a 22-year-old man has died after crashing head-on into a semi in northeast Kansas.  

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Crime Stoppers: Stolen truck crashes into, damages Wichita business Video included

A man in a stolen truck takes Kansas Highway Patrol troopers on a wild, high speed chase, and it's all caught on camera.

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75-year-old Kansas man stuck in mud for more than a day Video included

A 75-year-old man is safe after falling into a muddy ditch. He was stuck there for a day and a half.

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Radio host shares story during Minority Mental Health Month Video included

A local radio personality is opening up about mental health to help others during Minority Mental Health Awareness Month.

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ON YOUR SIDE GETS ANSWERS: Renters' rights and Kansas benefits Video included

Each week, we invite viewers to ask us even the smallest questions about technology, culture, your neighborhood, or even renters' rights. That's the subject of a question coming to KAKE News this week from Charles, in Wichita.

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Wichita chief concerned about police shooting investigations

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Wichita Police Chief Gordon Ramsay acknowledged investigators asked leading questions that could have prompted officers to claim the shootings were in self-defense.

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Organization helps Reno County lead the race to hemp grower's licenses Video included

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“There's a lot of hurdles that we've been through so far,” said Thayne Ediger, one of the licensed hemp farmers in Kansas. In one Kansas County hemp farmers are working together to jump those hurdles.

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Blue-green algae warnings for 6 bodies of water in Kansas

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment, in conjunction with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, has issued public health warnings for Kansas lakes.

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2 bound over for trial in deadly Wichita shooting

Two people charged in the shooting death of a man in the parking lot of a Wichita health club will be heading to trial.

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Towne West Square gets new owner Video included

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Towne West Square, called a "ghost town" by a tenant manager less than a year ago, has sold to a New York investment group for $14 million — far less than a $44.8-million loan on the property. 

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Kansas governor drops extension of food assistance to some

Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly has dropped a policy that extended food assistance to thousands of Kansas adults even though they failed to meet a work requirement. 

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Police: Kansas man busted with 6 pounds of meth had his 3 kids in his car

Authorities say a 43-year-old Kansas man had three children in his car with him when he was caught with six pounds of meth over the weekend. 

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Louisiana braces for slow-moving possible weekend hurricane

Terrian Jones carries Drew and Chance Furlough to their mother on Belfast Street in New Orleans during flooding from a storm in the Gulf Mexico that dumped lots of rain Wednesday, July 1, 2019 (AP Photo/Matthew Hinton) Terrian Jones carries Drew and Chance Furlough to their mother on Belfast Street in New Orleans during flooding from a storm in the Gulf Mexico that dumped lots of rain Wednesday, July 1, 2019 (AP Photo/Matthew Hinton)

Tropical Storm Barry has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and forecasters say it could become a hurricane as it threatens Louisiana's coast. 

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Kansas man dies in rollover crash after SUV blows tire

Authorities say a 56-year-old man was killed when his SUV blew a tire and the vehicle overturned in southwest Kansas. 

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Missing in Kansas: Vincent Moore missing 4 years ago Video included

An infant disappeared in the summer of 2015.

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Police: Woman shot at Kansas City, Kansas, deli has died

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The shooting Wednesday at the Edwards Original Corner Market & Deli also killed market owner Dennis Edwards.

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Wichita resident stuck in New Orleans storm Video included

As heavy rain turned staircases into waterfalls and the flood waters forced some to kayak rather than drive, Stephanie McCurdy sat in her hotel and waited. 

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75th annual Sedgwick County Fair Video included

This year marks the 75th year for the Sedgwick County Fair. Wednesday night, it kicked off with a parade in Cheney. Terry Kohler has lived in Cheney all his life.

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Salina's own Adrianna Franch celebrates her World Cup championship Video included

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Salina's own Adrianna Franch celebrates winning a World Cup championship.

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Class unlocks entrepreneurial thinking Video included

A class is inspiring entrepreneurial thinking inside the El Dorado Correctional Facility.

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Man killed in hit-and-run crash on Kansas highway

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Authorities say a man has been killed in a hit-and-run crash on a Kansas highway. 

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Bounty hunters track down woman accused of dragging, running over Sedgwick Co Deputy Video included

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A woman wanted for allegedly running over a Sedgwick County sheriff’s deputy’s foot last month now could spend almost 24 years in prison and owe up to a $300,000 fine. 

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Health officials find record number of mosquitoes in Reno County Video included

Kansas health officials are on alert after a troubling find in Reno County. In late June, the Department of Health and Environment trapped the most mosquitoes its ever found in its history of studying them in Kansas.

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Suspect charged in Hutch police standoff

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The main suspect in a Hutchinson police standoff last month has been released from the hospital and charged by the state. 

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AG letter asks Governor to end new DCF food aid policy

Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt is threatening to take Governor Laura Kelly to court over a Department of Children and Families public food aid policy. 

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Former Kansas Congressman resigns as think tank leader

Former western Kansas Congressman Tim Huelskamp has resigned as the leader of an Illinois-based group that dismisses climate change and promotes free-market policies.   

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Kansas Supreme Court Justice to retire

Justice Lee Johnson, who has served on the Kansas Supreme Court since 2007, announced today he will retire September 8. 

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Pedestrian struck & killed by vehicle in Norton County

A Norton, Kansas man was struck and killed by a vehicle late Tuesday. 

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Republican to resign from Kansas House due to health concerns

A moderate Republican legislator from southeast Kansas plans to resign Saturday for health reasons.   

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Flooding in Florence after Marion Reservoir releases water Video included

"We thought it was safe to go to sleep," says Florence resident Loretta Looney. Loretta Looney woke up early Friday morning to flood waters rushing inside her home. 

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Woman who dragged deputy during traffic stop taken into custody Video included

The Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office says a woman who's accused of dragging a deputy during a traffic stop has been taken into custody.

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Wichita man gets life-saving heart transplant Video included

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A Wichita man gets a heart transplant and it saves his life from his genetic heart condition.

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Schools struggle to find enough Para Educators Video included

You've heard about the teacher shortage, even a school bus driver shortage.  But there's another position in your child's school that educators say is vitally important and districts across Kansas are struggling to fill. 

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Check on the elderly during summer heat Video included

With temperatures reaching the 90s this week, heat exhaustion can sneak up on young children and the elderly. 

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Wichita City Council approves funding for Riverfront Legacy Master Plan Video included

Parts of downtown Wichita, including Century II, will be getting a face-lift costing around $700,000.

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County approves to study changes to improve roads outside of Buhler

Extensive flooding in Reno County this year led to the frequent closing of heavily-traveled roads outside of Buhler. 

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Suit: Kansas deputy fired after reporting being sexual assaulted

A former Kansas sheriff's deputy alleges in a lawsuit that she was forced out of her job after reporting that a fellow deputy had sexually assaulted her.

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6 hurt in crash involving Wichita police officer

Five people have suffered injuries in a crash involving a Wichita police officer on the city's southeast side.

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Kansas man arrested after 145 pot plants found in his home

Authorities have arrested a 60-year-old Kansas man after they found dozens of marijuana plants in his home.  

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Man charged with attempting to rape child in Kansas

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Police have arrested a 45-year-old man after they say he broke into a northeast Kansas home and tried to rape a child. 

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Rape suspect has prior child sex crimes arrest; why he wasn't a registered sex offender Video included

Right now there are nearly 3,000 registered offenders in Sedgwick County, over half of them are sex offenders. Steven Walters is not included in that category and we uncovered why. 

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    Shane Ewing anchors Good Morning Kansas and KAKE News at 11. Despite living in numerous places along his journey to the Sunflower State, Shane calls...

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