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Heat beat continues through our weekend

Hot, dry weather and gusty winds will stick around a while longer.

Crews called to early morning fire

Firefighters are on the scene of a house fire near Woodlawn and Harry. Crews were called to the scene at around 4:10 Thursday morning.

Motorcycle rider in critical condition

A motorcycle rider is in critical condition after striking a building in W. Wichita.

Job Fair this afternoon in Wichita

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Company partners with NIAR to make air travel more efficient

The National Institute for Aviation Research, NIAR, in Wichita is working to make airline travel faster, more efficient and a lot more comfortable.

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FF12: City of Wichita lawsuit payouts

FactFinder 12 looked at the exact numbers and how much money the city is paying out for situations involving the Wichita Police Department. Investigator Lauren Seabrook reports.

House explosion heard and felt by many in Moundridge

A house was destroyed, but no injuries were reported in a Wednesday evening house explosion in the 900 block of East Hoch southeast of Moundridge. 

Man on bike burglarizes Wichita home

A family is asking for the public's help after a man on a bike burglarizes their southwest Wichita home. 

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DIW: AfterShokz Bluez 2

Music is a must when you log the amount of miles Uriel Ramierez does every week. Uriel is training for an ultra-marathon. He thinks using something that has cords, is annoying. So we asked him to add the "AfterShokz Bluez 2" wireless headphones to his running gear.

Suicide rates increase in Sedgwick County

Suicide rates have increased in Sedgwick County and nationally according to the Sedgwick County Suicide Prevention Coalition. Dr. Nicole Klaus with KUSM-Wichita presented the findings to the county commissioners.

Wichita State professors look to prevent wearable tech hackers

Two Wichita State University professors are about to receive $380,000 to see whether wearable technology, the latest multimillion dollar tech craze, is giving away more information about us than we realize.

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