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Training teachers on inappropriate relationships with students

Factfinder 12 wanted to know, how teachers entering the field are trained on avoiding inappropriate relationships with their students. Akeam Ashford reports.

Kansas high school secretary denies sex allegations

Update: Superintendent of Chaparral High School says he will not comment about claims made by secretary under investigation for having sex with a student.

Kansas homeowners respond to 60 Minutes investigation

Kansas families are reaching out to FactFinder 12 about flooring in their home after seeing a 60 Minutes investigation.

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Westar warns of imposter phone calls

Westar Energy is warning customers to be mindful of imposters them and threatening to disconnect service.

FF 12: Restaurant or casino? Viewers ask if machines are legal

Look inside Cathy’s Westway Café, or the smoke shop attached to it and it may appear more like a casino than a restaurant.

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FF12: The future of SWA in the Air Capital

When Southwest Air came to Wichita, it didn't expect the state to keep handing over cash after its first three years. But without that money it's going to be up to passengers to keep the gate open. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook reports.

FF12: Water Scam

FactFinder 12 is warning residents about a new scam. Police say an individual is pretending to be a City of Wichita employee, and is asking residents for money.

DaVinci Crib recall expands

Around 6,000 Davinci brand cribs are being recalled because a bracket can break. That can create an uneven sleeping surface or gap in the crib and a child can get either trapped or fall.

FF12: Neighbors furious over trash pile

Neighbors in a west Wichita neighborhood say they feel helpless.

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FF12: Acting WPD Chief defends domestic violence case against him

Eyewitness News first broke the story last week with exclusive information about Mosley's case and how it's been hidden away in a confidential file. After we filed open records requests, and started asking questions, the City of Wichita launched an internal review. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook reports.

Convicted rapist back in jail

Update: Cash Ward is now back in custody.

FF12: Opening WPD's confidential file

A campaign to be more open with the public. A commitment to the community. Around this time last year, acting Wichita Police Chief Nelson Mosley told the public, "At the end of the day that's what we want, more transparency."

Those words would prove to be ironic.

FactFinder 12 recently obtained a domestic violence incident report from 2005. In it, a victim told police her ex-boyfriend pushed,…

Phone scam targeting Liberal water customers

Scammers are targeting water customers in Liberal.

FF12: Paraplegic man seeks answers after state questions ability to drive

It may take him a little longer to get ready, but Newton resident Ron Hoffman gets around town like most people.

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FF12: Wichita State police to increase nighttime patrols despite crime stats

Students at Wichita State will soon see more police officers on campus at night.

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FF 12: Restaurant or casino? Viewers ask if machines are legal

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