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Two women hurt when car crashes into home

A 91-year-old woman was thrown across her living room after police say a drunk driver slammed into her northwest Wichita home. 

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Student brings gun to Jardine Middle School

A student will be disciplined after bringing a gun to Wichita's Jardine Middle School Friday.

Wellington Mom Accused of Murdering Son

Update: Lindsey Nicole Blansett was in Sumner County Court Thursday morning, but attorneys for both sides told the judge they need more time to prepare for the case. New hearing set for January 8, 2015.

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Truck traffic temporarily detoured at John Mack Bridge

Wichita city officials said commercial truck traffic is being temporarily detoured from the southbound John Mack Bridge after an inspection revealed cracks in the floor beams of the bridge.

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Kansas T-Mobile customers eligible for refunds

Kansas T-Mobile customers could be eligible to receive refunds as part of a multi-state settlement reached earlier this week, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said. 

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Governor seeks study of big Kansas pension changes

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Top aides to Republican Gov. Sam Brownback are urging legislators to study major changes in the pension system for teachers and government workers that include privatizing it.

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Man breaks into home, crashes into tree during police chase

An overnight police chased ended Friday morning with a man breaking into someone's home.

Funeral set for Caleb Blansett

The funeral for Caleb Blansett will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at First Christian Church, 123 W. Ninth in Wellington. 

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Sedgwick County to offer Christmas tree recycling

Spread the Christmas cheer and help make less trash! Sedgwick County Environment Resources is once again providing a number of drop-off sites for Christmas tree recycling. After you have enjoyed your real Christmas tree this holiday season, take it to one of the locations listed below between Dec. 19 and Jan. 12 to be converted into mulch. While you’re there, help yourself to free mulch!

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