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KTA aims to regain drivers' confidence in safety

The Kansas Turnpike Authority says a lot of drivers have been asking what's going to be done to help reduce the chances of water over the road. FactFinder 12 has been asking, too. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook reports.

Craigslist home rent scam

A teen trying to move to Salina is out $1,000 after falling for a scam on Craigslist. The 18-year-old from Landon was planning a move to Salina and found a home for rent on Craigslist.

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EXCLUSIVE: Gov. Brownback talks about $60M in cuts

While the Governor played a big role in choosing who would lose the money, he wasn't around for the announcement. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook found him in Wichita and spoke with him exclusively.

Former Twin Peaks employees say they were working illegally

Five days after federal agents raided the east Twin Peaks location, former workers are speaking exclusively to FactFinder 12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook about what happened.

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Wichita church targeted in phone scam

A phone scammer threatens turn off power to a Wichita church unless it sends him money.

Former McPherson County Attorney doesn't believe 1,000 unfiled cases

UPDATE: Former county attorney David Page said he does not believe there are 1,000 unfiled cases in the McPherson County Attorney's office.

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FF12: Cost of fix for Wichita's worst flooding spots

FactFinder 12 wanted to know what it would take for the city to fix some of its worst spots for flooding. Lauren Seabrook reports.


Kansas Congressman appears in controversial film

Congressman Tim Huelskamp appears in a controversial documentary, comparing gay rights to communism and saying gay marriage will bring the second coming of Jesus Christ. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook asked about his involvement.

DA addresses concerns over "untested" sexual assault kits

A national investigation revealed thousands of "untested" sexual assault kits across the United States. FactFinder 12 wanted to know how many kits were left untested here in Wichita.

Safety of Argonia grain elevator questioned

Grain elevators are present in nearly every Kansas town and hundreds of Kansans work in and around them daily. When Eyewitness News heard that one of them might have been damaged by recent earthquakes, Factfinder 12 went to investigate. What we found left us unsure.


Better Business Bureau launches 'Scamtracker'

A new tool allows you to see what the bad guys are up to in your neighborhood.

Marvin Gray

Murder suspect victim of former WPD officer convicted of sex crimes

Hours before he was formally charged, FactFinder 12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook spoke with Gray through the Sedgwick County jail's video visitation system. It's important to remember police and the district attorney's office both say Gray murdered Ray.

Don't Fall For It: Jury Duty Scam

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Shawnee County Sheriff's Office is warning about a scam in which would-be victims are told they must pay a fine for missing jury duty.

Sgt. Todd Stallbaumer says the office has received numerous reports of a caller claiming to be with law enforcement. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the scammer tells people a warrant has been issued for their arrest and then…

Headstone back where it belongs

We have an update to a story about a Civil War headstone we first told you about in May. 

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Anthony Bluml speaks from jail about parents' murders

Anthony Bluml gets up everyday, plays cards, mingles with other inmates, then goes back to bed. Not much will change about that for the rest of his life. But that routine leaves a lot of time for retrospect and Lauren Seabrook asked if that reflection brought any regret.

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Gov. Brownback talks about more than $60M in cuts

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