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Missing in Kansas: Anthony Sipe missing again

Runaway Anthony Sipe was reported missing in the spring of 2019.

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Open Streets ICT draws huge crowds to Douglas Video included

Stretching from College Hill to Delano, it closed off Douglas to traffic and opened it up to pedestrians, biking, dancing, yoga and more. 

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Controversy over removal of Trump flag at Derby football game Video included

"Whenever there's some kind of controversy, people do want to make it a big deal," said Seth Boles of Derby. He's talking about a picture on Facebook and a story of a Trump 2020 flag confiscated at a football game that are dividing the community. 

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Police investigating hate crime in Riverside

Wichita Police say a gay pride flag on a Riverside front porch was set on fire sometime between 1 a.m. and 6 a.m. Saturday.

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Western Kansas man killed in ATV crash

A four-wheeler rolled over as the driver tried to make a left turn near Healy, Kansas Saturday night.

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1 hurt, 1 critical in shooting near southwest Wichita bar

Two men are hurt after a shooting outside a bar Sunday morning in southwest Wichita. 

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3 injured in northeast Wichita shooting Video included

Three people are hurt, including a child, in an early morning shooting in northeast Wichita. 

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KU rally falls short against West Virginia, 29-24

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- Austin Kendall threw 202 yards, Martell Pettaway ran for a pair of scores, and West Virginia held on for a 29-24 victory over Kansas to open Big 12 play Saturday.    Kennedy McCoy added 73 yards rushing and a touchdown, and Evan Staley bounced back from an early miss to hit three field goals, as the Mountaineers (3-1) improved to 8-1 against the Jayhawks.   The Mountaineers held Kansas (2-2) to 377 yards total offense, one week aft... More>>

Wichita State baseball drops scrimmage to Nebraska 10-8 Video included

Wichita State has more scrimmage left against Missouri State. 

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Seismologists urge Kansans to have a disaster plan for earthquakes

The Cosmosphere in Hutchinson held a free public presentation on Saturday morning. Hoping to give some answers to locals about why this is happening. 

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Senator Jerry Moran speaks at Alzheimer's walk in Wichita Video included

"This is a battle, the battle against Alzheimer's, to get it cured," Sen. Moran said. "To get the onset delayed. It's a battle every American, every Kansan can come together and be supportive of."

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Man accused of eating chicken fingers during burglary arrested

Security footage showed the suspect walking around the restaurant pantsless, missing a shoe, and eating chicken fingers.

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2 earthquakes rattle Kansas, Oklahoma Saturday

Two earthquakes rattled Oklahoma and Kansas early Saturday morning. 

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Presentation to address earthquakes in Reno County

Residents in Reno County can talk to earthquake experts Saturday morning. 

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Southeast High School band planning D-Day memorial trip, performances

They’re used to cheering on the football team. Now, teenagers are a Wichita high school are hoping people will offer their support with a big trip. 

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Students ticketed for vaping at one Goddard school Video included

The legal age to vape is 18, but that's not stopping kids from getting their hands on them.  Goddard School District is cracking down on students who bring vapes to school. In the last week, police cited six students for vaping on campus at Eisenhower high school. 

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Unemployment drops to 3.2 percent in Kansas Video included

While that number is encouraging, there is a downside: Businesses are having trouble finding qualified workers.

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Motorcycle thefts on the rise in Wichita Video included

Wichita police say motorcycle thefts are on the rise.

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Man dies after getting trapped in grain truck near Mulvane Video included

Authorities say a man has died after he got trapped in a grain truck near Mulvane.

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Wichita FOP endorses Brandon Whipple for Mayor Video included

For the first time in years, the Wichita Fraternal Order of Police is endorsing a mayoral candidate. Brandon Whipple is recognized by the FOP because of his mission to improve public safety.

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Federal ruling allows women to legally go topless in six states, including Kansas

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The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a Fort Collins, Colorado topless ban. The court's decision makes it legal for women to go topless in states that fall under the 10th Circuit.

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Kansas jobless rate in August was lowest in 20-plus years

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Kansas is reporting that unemployment in the state dropped to 3.2% in August and was at its lowest rate in more than 20 years. 

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Man sentenced to more than 15 years for deadly Wichita shooting

A Wichita man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for shooting and killing another man last year.  

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Watch out: It’s copperhead birthing season, officials warn

Officials want to remind people in the Heartland to watch out for baby copperheads. This is the time of year that the venomous snakes are having babies.

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Man who broke into Wichita restaurant ate chicken fingers, stole lottery tickets: Police

Wichita police say he broke into the Heritage Restaurant on South Broadway, ate chicken fingers and stole lottery tickets.

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Dave & Busters, Trader Joe's opening in Wichita soon

It's been a long wait, Wichita. But Dave & Buster's and Trader Joe's are both opening locations on the east side in the next few weeks. 

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Driver killed when SUV rolls off Kansas bridge

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Authorities say a driver was killed when a sport utility vehicle rolled of a bridge in Kansas City, Kansas. 

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Wichita diocese names 15 priests accused of child sexual abuse Video included

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The Catholic Diocese of Wichita has released the names of 15 priests accused of child sexual abuse. 

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'Seven forever' Hundreds gather to celebrate the life of Kansas boy Video included

7-year-old Max Henderson, of Winfield, died last weekend after a pony he was riding flipped on top of him at the family's rural home.  Max's parents say he was "rodeo to the core." That's why his funeral was at the Burden Rodeo Arena Thursday.  

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Rain and severe weather rolls back into KAKEland

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Rain showers and thunderstorms possible Friday through the weekend across KAKEland and some of them could pack a punch. The main severe weather threat in KAKEland will occur on Saturday with storms that could produce large hail, high wind and even a few tornadoes. Spotty showers and storms are expected Friday across KAKEland but overall coverage and intensity will be lacking.

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Police: Wichita man stabs stepdad, beats him with baseball bat

Tyler Lewis (Sedgwick County Jail) Tyler Lewis (Sedgwick County Jail)

Wichita police say they've arrested a 26-year-old man who allegedly beat his stepfather with a baseball bat and stabbed him multiple times.

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2 dead as Imelda strands drivers, floods homes in Texas

( Mark Mulligan/Houston Chronicle via AP). According to Matagorda County Constable Bill Orton, Sargent received 22 inches of rain since Imelda started impacted the area on Tuesday. Photographed from above Sargent, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019. ( Mark Mulligan/Houston Chronicle via AP). According to Matagorda County Constable Bill Orton, Sargent received 22 inches of rain since Imelda started impacted the area on Tuesday. Photographed from above Sargent, Texas, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 2019.
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New transfer rule changing Kansas high school athletics

New transfer rule passed for Kansas high school athletics.

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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai talks rural broadband at Wichita conference Video included

"Bandwidth needs for rural communities are higher than people think," FCC Chairman Ajit Pai told an audience at the east Wichita Marriott. Nearly 30 percent of American farmers do not have access to the internet, but many of the latest farming techniques require a broadband connection.

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Child Support Amnesty Day happening in Wichita Video included

On Friday Sedgwick County families will be given a chance to catch up on child support payments. It's part of Child Support Amnesty Day. Parents who need to get back on track with their child support payments have from 9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. tomorrow. They have to pay two month's worth of child support or 500 dollars, which ever is less. You just need to go to the Atwater Neighborhood Resource Center at 2755 E. 19th Street North in Wichita.     

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ON YOUR SIDE GETS ANSWERS: border wall-funding and Eisenhower Airport renovations Video included

The proposed border wall is on a lot of minds, and that sparked a question from KAKE-News viewer Susan, who reached out on Facebook, asking us, "Since POTUS is dipping into the defense budget to build his wall, will any projects be cancelled at McConnell or Ft. Riley as a result?"

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'The stench is so bad': Dozens of cats discovered in Augusta 'hoarder home' Video included

The Butler County Sheriff is investigating a case of dozens of hoarded animals near Augusta. 

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Missouri records first vaping-related death

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services announced Thursday a man in his mid-40s died this week of an illness associated with the use of e-cigarettes.

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Mother arrested in connection to Rice County shootings

Erin Baker (Barton Co. Sheriff's Office) Erin Baker (Barton Co. Sheriff's Office)

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation has arrested a Rice County woman for her involvement in the April 2019 shootings of the Rice County sheriff and undersheriff. 

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Official refutes claim that El Dorado prison without electricity, water

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The Kansas Department of Corrections says a claim that there is no electricity or running water at one of its prisons is false.

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Colt suspends production of AR-15 for civilian market

Gunmaker Colt says it is suspending its production of rifles for the civilian market including the popular AR-15. 

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Winfield schools placed on lockout as police search for suspect

All Winfield schools were placed on lockout as police search for a fleeing suspect in the area. 

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Wellington man sentenced to 5 years in death of son's mother

Bradley Aue was sentenced Thursday to 61 months for voluntary manslaughter. He was originally charged with second-degree murder in the May 2018 death of 26-year-old Sierra Craft-McGee.

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Police: 2 stole life-sized cutout of Patrick Mahomes, then had wreck

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Two suspects are being penalized after they allegedly stole a life-sized cutout of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, then had a wreck as they fled. 

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Kansas man shot with his own gun heads to prison

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Keeno DeVonte Collins, of Ozawkie, was sentenced Wednesday after previously pleading guilty to unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

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4 families sue over Missouri vaccine requirements

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Four Missouri families who don't want to vaccinate their children allege in a lawsuit that the children's schools and state health officials have made it increasingly difficult to file religious exemptions. 

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Man found guilty of holding Kansas woman captive, raping her

A man has been convicted of holding a woman against her will in her suburban Kansas City apartment for several weeks and sexually assaulting her. 

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Man moves into Kansas animal shelter to help get dog adopted

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A man has moved into a suburban Kansas City animal shelter to help get a 3-year-old terrier mix adopted. 

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2 students taken to hospital after truck hits Wichita school bus Video included

Two Wichita students were taken to the hospital after a truck rear-ended a school bus. 

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Wichita baseball team to debut new stadium April 14th

Wichita Baseball 2020 announced its 2020 home schedule for the inaugural season of Triple-A baseball at the brand-new, state-of-the-art stadium currently under construction along the banks of the Arkansas River in downtown Wichita. The much-anticipated home opener will take place on Tuesday, April 14 when the Memphis Redbirds, Triple-A affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals, visit Wichita. Baseball fans will have seven opportunities to see their new team play during the first home stan...

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Local musician takes stage for first time after tragic car wreck Video included

Local musician takes the stage four months after car wreck nearly killed her.

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1 in critical condition after SE Butler County motorcycle crash

One person is in critical condition after a motorcycle crash in southeast Butler County. 

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Athlete of the Week: McPherson's Cody Stufflebean Video included

At 6-4 and 235 pounds, McPherson’s Cody Stufflebean stands out among the crowd. 

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Fight to keep kidnapper behind bars stronger than ever

Nearly 30 years ago, the story of Nancy Shoemaker touched the lives of nearly everyone in Kansas.  Now, the fight to keep her kidnapper behind bars is bigger than ever.  Thousands of Carrie Underwood fans filed into Intrust Bank Arena Wednesday night, but before the show, high school senior, Kaitlyn Lumbert, asked just one question.  "Would you guys like to sign a petition for Nancy Shoemaker?" Lumbert wasn't even alive in 1990, but she knows the story of ...

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15-year-old Wichita boy suffers severe brain injury in golf cart accident Video included

Saturday evening 15-year-old Drew and his friends were riding golf carts around a Wichita neighborhood. At one point he flew off the back, landing on his head.

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Volunteers accepting donations to send care packages to deployed Kansas troops Video included

Christmas can be a difficult time for those serving overseas away from their families, but volunteers in Wichita want to help by providing Christmas care packages.  

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Registered sex offender living in Kansas convicted of child pornography

A registered sex offender living in western Kansas has been convicted on federal child pornography charges.  

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Will lower interest rates heat up an already hot Wichita housing market? Video included

The Federal Reserve Wednesday lowered interest rates by another quarter point.  That's good news for those looking to make large purchases like a home.  But, in Wichita, that could make an already hot market even harder to maneuever. "It is great, low maintenance." Laura Gaddy  is ready to close on her new home.  So her walk through of a new build home with KAKE News was just for fun. "Hey, do you like this house?" she asked her infant son.&n...

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Little Jerusalem Badlands State Park opens in Kansas next month

Attention, nature lovers! Kansas is getting a new state park that has scenery and wildlife that rivals Badlands National Park. 

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Thieves make off with drills from Wichita Home Depot

Crime Stoppers says one of two suspects who allegedly stole drills from a local Home Depot store has been identified.

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Friday is Child Support Amnesty Day in Sedgwick County Video included

If you owe back child support with a warrant for your arrest and you live in Sedgwick County, here's how you can get a fresh start.

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Barton County civil process server charged with rape

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation says agents arrested 64-year-old Jimmy Hapes, of Great Bend, at around 11:40 a.m. Wednesday. He faces one count of rape.

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Gas leak closes Central and Webb Road intersection Video included

A busy intersection in East Wichita will be closed until this evening as crews handle a natural gas leak.

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Police: Kansas mom, 2 children missing since Labor Day

Police in Kansas City, Kansas, are asking for the public's help in finding a mother and her two young children who have been missing for more than two weeks. 

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Ark City police arrest 3 people, take 4 kids in protective custody

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Police in Arkansas City arrested three people and took four children into protective custody after a runway teenager reported drugs and child endangerment.

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Kansas town fires three top officials

The city council for a small southeast Kansas community has fired its administrator, attorney and clerk without any discussion, prompting the mayor to threaten to resign and then walk out of the meeting.   

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Man dies following crash near Bentley Video included

The victim in the white car, identified as Clifford Bliss, was transported to a hospital in critical condition. Sheriff officials confirm he later died from his injuries.

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48th annual Walnut Valley Festival kicks off on Wednesday Video included

The 48th annual Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield kicks off on Wednesday, but people have been camping out for weeks. With attendance expected between between twelve and thirteen thousand people this is no small event. 

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Woman arrested after 145 pounds of pot found during Kansas traffic stop

Authorities have arrested a 30-year-old Topeka woman after they found 145 pounds of marijuana in her vehicle.  

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Another finalist for name of new baseball team: Wichita Doo-Dahs Video included

The City of Wichita has rolled out another possible name for the city's new triple-A baseball team. 

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Driver hurt when semi overturns on I-70

Part of I-70 was closed due a semi rollover Wednesday morning. Injuries are reported.

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Nancy Miller missing again Video included

Runaway teenager Nancy Miller was reported missing in Wichita.

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Meeting held to support saving Century II Video included

A group called Save Century II holds meeting to inform those that Century II shouldn't be demolished.

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Local doctors worry about teens and vaping Video included

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment shows nearly 35% of high school students have tried E-Cigarettes and more than one in ten of them vape on a regular basis. Vaping is illegal under the age of 18.

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Peabody woman claims police took over 30 minutes to respond to her home Video included

She called 911 and while she waited for police, the man starting yelling and banging on the door, she called police a second time. For a long 35 minutes she anxiously waited for the cops. 

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RECALL ALERT: flour and workstation Video included

Recall alert, week of 09/16/19

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Drug detecting dogs will return to Derby Schools Video included

K9 drug dog searches will return to three Derby schools this academic year.

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Funeral for 7-year-old Kansas boy killed in riding accident is Thursday Video included

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A 7-year-old Kansas boy who died after the pony he was riding flipped over on top of him will be laid to rest on Thursday. 

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Surgeon banned from operating room at Wichita VA hospital

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A surgeon accused of mishandling surgeries in Missouri is banned from the operating room of the Wichita Veteran Affairs hospital while his work is being reviewed. 

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Kansas school district adopts LGBTQ protections

A Johnson County school district has voted to add LGBTQ protections to its nondiscrimination policy. 

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University of Kansas ending science, math teaching programs

The University of Kansas plans to close its Center for STEM Learning and a program designed to attract math and science teachers. 

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KBI investigating Kansas prison inmate’s death

Authorities are investigating the death of a 46-year-old inmate at a northwest Kansas prison.  

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Man arrested in shooting death of Garden City restaurant owner Video included

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Police say they have arrested a 31-year-old man for the death of a Garden City restaurant owner last week.

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Jurors deadlock in trial of priest accused of molestation

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Jurors have deadlocked in the trial of a suspended Kansas priest charged with molesting a child.

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Mulvane Jacob Kit to host monthly emergency response trainings

Starting Tuesday night, an emergency response training group will host bleeding control classes every third Tuesday of the month in Mulvane.  

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Domestic violence survivor: Wichita needs more shelter space Video included

This shelter and Harbor House are the only two shelters for women and children suffering from domestic violence in Sedgwick, Sumner and Cowley Counties, with only 62 beds available. Every month, the two shelters are turning away between 40 and 50 women who need a safe place to hide. 

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Tighter security, gun ban under consideration for Kansas State Fair concerts Video included

"I don't really think that it would affect my decision to go," McConachie said.  "But it's always nice to know that precautions are being taken." 

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Suspect in Rooks County homicide found dead

A suspect in a Kansas homicide has been found dead,  days after he was interviewed by investigators.

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Rabid bat found in Riverside

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The Animal Services section of the Wichita Police Department has reported that a bat found in the Riverside area has recently tested positive for rabies. 

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Police search for suspect in NE Wichita bank robbery

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The Wichita Police Department is searching for a suspect involved in a Monday afternoon bank robbery in northeast Wichita.  

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Ex-city treasurer sentenced for embezzling nearly $200K from small KS town

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A former Fontana City treasurer has been sentenced for embezzling nearly $200,000 from the city. 

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KCK police to try out body cameras from various vendors

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Police in Kansas City, Kansas, will be wearing body-worn cameras from different companies for the next month, and will report their experiences as part of a multi-vendor evaluation. 

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Remembering Deputy Robert Kunze one year after his death Video included

Deputy Robert Kunze III is credited with saving lives when he killed his attacker before collapsing and dying from a gunshot wound. 

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Man shot in face over possible drug deal

A man is rushed to the hospital after being shot in the face early Saturday morning in southeast Wichita. 

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Jason Aldean tour coming to Wichita in 2020

Reigning ACM "Artist of the Decade" Jason Aldean is bringing his "2020 We Back Tour" to Wichita in February. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Kyler Whitaker

Runaway Kyler Whitaker has been missing since June 7 in Wichita. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Emie Simpson Video included

Emie Simpson is a runaway reported missing on July 13 in Wichita.

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Monster trucks drive away with the State Fair Video included

"I like big things that run into other big things," said Taneke Anderson.  "Just flips and flops and loud noises." There were a lot of changes this year at the State Fair, but one act stole the show.

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Wichita Art Museum receives federal grant Video included

The Wichita Art Museum was awarded a large federal grant earlier this week. The museum innovators say this nearly $70,000 grant is going to be helpful in bringing in customers for the next century. 

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Stuck semi blocks State Fair traffic early Sunday

Drivers heading to the Kansas State Fair early Sunday may want to take Highway 50 instead of K-96. A semi truck with a large, low load became high-centered on a turn, and northbound lanes of K-96 were completely blocked near 167th St W in Sedgwick County.

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Missouri woman killed in western Kansas crash

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A vehicle crossed the median on I-70 in Ellis County Saturday afternoon, leading to a deadly crash.

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Wichita firefighters surprise boy on birthday

Wichita firefighters helped make a little boy's birthday wish come true.  

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Kellogg crash leads to serious injuries

At least two vehicles crashed in westbound lanes of Kellogg at around 9:17 p.m. Saturday. Two people were hurt, and three other people in the vehicles did not suffer any serious injuries.

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Victims of crash looking for good Samaritans Video included

A family in Kansas is on a mission to find the "good Samaritans" who helped them after a crash. This family walked away from a serious crash with very minor injuries, they just want to thank the people who comforted them. 

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K-State grinds out road win at Mississippi State, 31-24

The 'Cats scored the go ahead touchdown 5 minutes to go in the game. 

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East Wichita apartment fire displaces 18 people

Firefighters responded to the fire at Rockborough Apartments, near Douglas and Rock Road, just before 2 p.m. Saturday.

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Husband stabbed in south Wichita early Saturday

A man is hurt in a stabbing in south Wichita Saturday morning.

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Ford recalls some vehicles due to sharp seat frame edge

Ford is recalling more than 300,000 of its SUVs.

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KU offense leads the way in 48-24 win over Boston College

The Jayhawks broke a 48 game road losing streak against Power 5 conference opponents with the win. 

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Ag Innovation Day at the Kansas State Fair Video included

Ag Day is held at the state fair for people to learn about new inventions in Kansas agriculture.

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Wichita police officer fighting for wife's medical treatment Video included

"It's always been a wait and see what happens since we've been here for the last 30 days," says Wichita police officer, Casey Richwine.  Day and night, Casey Richwine has been by his wife, Erin's side. In early August, the Wichita police officer and his wife were riding on a motorcycle when a deer ran out in front of them. 

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1 injured in fire at Ford County Cargill plant

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One person is being treated for injuries after a fire at the Cargill plant near Dodge City.

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Mother: I put the knife down, listened to the cops Video included

A Wichita mother is grateful her mental health crisis call ended peacefully.

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Eureka prepares for first home football game since devastating tornado Video included

It's crunch time for construction on a new football field before Eureka High School's first home game in more than a year. Players say it will be a special homecoming.

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Monkey at Dodge City zoo suffers broken kneecap from suspected kidnapper

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A Tufted Capuchin monkey from a zoo in Dodge City is recovering from surgery after being injured while defending his offspring from being taken from it's enclosure.  

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Slain Goddard principal honored

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A Goddard school principal who was killed in a school shooting is being honored by the Goddard Education Foundation. 

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Ohio gamer sentenced to 15 months prison in Wichita 'swatting' case

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An Ohio video game player upset about an online bet has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for recruiting another man to make a bogus emergency call in 2017 that led to police killing a Kansas man. 

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MISSING IN KANSAS: Jack Miller

It’s been more than 30 years since a man disappeared in northeast Kansas.

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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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