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One woman hurt in house fire

           A woman suffered serious smoke inhalation during house fire at 2720 North Erie in Wichita.

Whooping cough kills six-week-old boy in Barton County

Family tells Eyewitness News the one confirmed death from whooping cough in Barton County is six-week-old DeAngelo Carlos Ludin Ortiz.

Emporia police scale back from barricade situation

Emporia Police are scaling back as they monitor a barricade situation Tuesday night in the 1100 block of Union.

No. 17 Mountaineers turn up pressure to beat K-State 65-59

Tarik Phillip matched a career-high 12 points and West Virginia, relying on its high-pressure defense to beat Kansas State for a 65-59 victory Tuesday night.
In a game marred by fouls and poor play, the Mountaineers (17-3, 5-2 Big 12) forced the Wildcats (12-9, 5-3) into 25 turnovers while holding them to 36 percent shooting from the field.
West Virginia's leading scorer, Juwan Staten, had…

Kansas' Education Commissioner wants your help

Things will soon be changing in your child's classroom and you can have a say in how it changes. That's the point behind the state's new Education Commissioner's listening tour.

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Kansas farmers join lawsuit over GMO corn

You may have seen the ads on TV from lawyers looking for small town farmers. That's because Kansas farmers are joining farmers from across the nation in suing an international agricultural company over genetically modified corn.

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Warm days ending soon

More record highs are possible into Wednesday before a change for the cooler takes place late week.

Great Bend mom talks about whooping cough fears

Barton County health officials say they are seeing more people come in to get vaccinated after the break out of whooping cough. Hillary Emerson is a busy mom with three kids, all under the age of 5. Emerson says the whole family has been sick from a cough and fever that her daughter, Elaine, picked up at school.

Mayor Brewer to deliver 2015 Wichita State of the City Address

Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer will deliver his 2015 State of the City Address tonight.

Wichita Mayor addresses initiative to help homeless veterans

Tuesday, Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer addressed an initiative to end veteran homelessness.

Hackers target Wichita business

It's been a frustrating week at Smart Security Inc. in West Wichita. On Monday owner Dee Brandt discovered her business' computer had been hacked.


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  • Warm days ending soon

    wednesday forecast

    More record highs are possible into Wednesday before a change for the cooler takes place late week.


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