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Record temperatures could fall

This weekend will resemble early September

Valley Center Junior Cheer out thousands, blaming director

Families of Valley Center Junior Hornet Cheerleaders say they're missing thousands of dollars and tons of gear. They say it's the director's fault.

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American Legion raises money to send WWII veteran home

Sgt. John Monk served our country in the military for more than 20 years, including a tour in World War II. Now, his fellow Kansas veterans are stepping up to serve him, helping to make his one big wish a reality.

Scott Roeder charged with intimidation

Resentencing ordered for man convicted of killing Dr. George Tiller

The Kansas Supreme Court orders a new sentencing for the man convicted of killing Wichita Dr. George Tiller

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Carr Brothers surviving victim speaks out

For the first time since the Carr Brothers killings, one of the surviving victims is speaking out, in hopes to sway voters in the November election.

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Teen charged with first-degree murder in double-homicide case

The 17-year-old arrested Monday in connection to a double-homicide last week is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of aggravated robbery.

UPDATE: Rose Hill athlete investigation complete

UPDATE: A criminal investigation against four Rose Hill High School athletes is now in the hands of the county attorney.

Former bail bondsman sentenced on sex charges

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A former Kansas bail bondsman convicted of forcing women to have sex has been sentenced to 21 years in state prison.

Man guilty of using girlfriend as police shield

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — A Hutchinson man is guilty of kidnapping after using his girlfriend as a shield to escape from police.


Reno County finds cemetery vases too late

HUTCHINSON, Kan. (AP) — The Reno County Sheriff's Office was too late when it found more than 25 vases that were stolen from cemeteries.

Judge seals affidavits in KU rape allegations

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — A Douglas County judge says probable cause affidavits in the alleged rapes of two women last month at the University of Kansas will not be open to the public.

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