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Freedom soars on Independence Day

It's a symbol of our nation that just months ago couldn't fly. 

Wichita veterans reflect on reason for holiday

"We have to reflect that those of us that served this great nation and protect it's way of life could never have done it alone."

Community raises money to help reopen homeless shelter

A group of people have taken it upon themselves to raise more than $20,000 to repopen a homeless shelter in Hutchinson.

Wichita July 4th celebration offers 1,000 ft. slip and slide

You may need to navigate around downtown Wichita with a pool floaty this Fourth of July. That's because a group called Slide the City set up a 1,000 foot-long slip and slide on the streets of downtown Wichita as part of the city's July 4th celebration.

The slip and slide is open from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday afternoon and is set up along the Lewis Street bridge downtown. Tickets for the…

Sunday forecast

Storms then some heat

After a little Sunday morning storm activity, sunshine, wind and the humidity will ramp up for the afternoon.

No injuries in emergency landing

Two Wichita men are okay after making an emergency lading in Harvey County.

Jet ski accident reported at El Dorado Lake

Butler County emergency responders received their first emergency call at the El Dorado.

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…

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Police: Two robberies possibly committed by same suspect

Police say two robberies in Wichita on Thursday may have been committed by the same person.

Topeka man walks trail in the nude, legally

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - A Topeka man who likes to walk a local trail without clothing isn't breaking any local laws.

Steven Herrold says he enjoys being nude outside. He's been spotted several times walking naked on the Shunga Trail. The Topeka Capital-Journal reports (http://bit.ly/1U4FGta ) it's legal to walk and bike in Topeka without clothes. Public nudity could result in an arrest if the person…

KWCH Weather

  • Storms then some heat

    Sunday forecast

    After a little Sunday morning storm activity, sunshine, wind and the humidity will ramp up for the afternoon.


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