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Wichita welcomes new indoor football franchise

The city of Wichita will boast a new professional indoor football team, and that team will need a place to play.

26 WPD employees on Brady Giglio status

26 members of the Wichita Police force have violations that could potentially damage their credibility in a court of law. Of the offenses, ten are misdemeanors, two are felonies, seven gave false information, and seven gave false reports.

Daycare owner arrested

A northwest Wichita home day care has been shut down and its owner arrested after a toddler was severely hurt in a lawn mower accident Thursday morning.

Tuesday's forecast

Heat beat continues

Meteorologist Mark Larson says we can expect the heat, humidity and gusty winds to stick around through the weekend.

Neighbor alerts resident to house fire

A Wichita man is safe tonight after his neighbor alerted him to a fire in his home.

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Former officer talks about having Brady-Giglio status

A former Wichita police officer tells us about his experience with a Brady-Giglio status.

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Daycare owner's mother speaks in support of daughter

The mother of a west Wichita daycare provider says she has no doubt how her daughter is feeling after a lawn mower accident that critically injured a toddler.

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USD 259 starts program to ID sex offenders

Wichita Public Schools will implement the Hall Pass Visitor Management System for the southeast part of the district on August 21st. The district's other six feeders will implement the system throughout the next few weeks, ending October 2nd.

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Baby delivered after fatal crash "struggling"

New photos mark the birth of a baby girl, born two months too soon.

Salina school district planning to start design process

Some changes are coming to schools in Salina. It's part of a 110 million dollar bond issue, approved earlier this year.

Woman nearly drowns in northeast Wichita

A woman was rushed to Wesley Medical Center Thursday evening after nearly drowning at a residence in the 1400 block of N. Rock Road.

KWCH Weather

  • Heat beat continues

    Tuesday's forecast

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says we can expect the heat, humidity and gusty winds to stick around through the weekend.

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