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Mulvane gym

Mulvane parents concerned new gym puts students' safety at risk

The use of public access to an indoor track and gym at a Mulvane Grade School has many upset about student safety.

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Concussions: When teens don't recover

Waiting rooms and doctor visits have become routine for Inman High School freshman Tanner Knackstead.

Kansas town delivers free weather radios after tornado siren quits working

With severe weather in the forecast, Chase city engineer Tim White is on a mission.  White is delivering free weather radios to all 300 homes and businesses in this Rice County town after the town's tornado siren broke.

Car v. motorcycle

Motorcyclist hurt after colliding with car near WSU

A motorcycle rider suffered critical injuries after colliding with a car near the Wichita State University campus.

Nbomb

WPD investigating more 'synthetic LSD' cases

"N-bomb," first popped up on the west coast, but has since moved into Kansas.

Craig Michael Wood

Former Missouri coach pleads not guilty in girl's death

A southwest Missouri youth football coach accused of kidnapping, raping and killing a 10-year-old girl has pleaded not guilty.

planes

As old as my parents: Aging planes in the sky

The National Institute for Aviation Research in Wichita has a special program dedicated to older planes. Melinda Laubach-Hock is the director of The Aging Aircraft Lab. Every day she and her team take apart planes that are up to 70 years old, to look for problems with their parts.

House damaged by fire in Kechi

A father and son escaped serious injury after a house fire near Kechi.

Local help for former Textron workers

A day after hundreds lost their jobs at Textron, some are already turning to local organizations and banks for help.

Elizabeth Edwards

Husband speaks out about injured Medicine Lodge triathlete

"I have no doubt she will bounce back, she is a fighter," said Liz's husband Brett Edwards.

Road Construction

KDOT I-235 closure postponed due to weather

The Kansas Department of Transportation has postponed its scheduled road construction on I-235 for a week because of weather.

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