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What's New at the Fair?

As the Kansas State Fair starts to set up for it's 101st year, there's a lot of new food and features that you may want to check out. The fair runs Sept. 5th through the 14th.

Chautauqua Co. resident cleans up after tornado wipes out barn

A tornado touches down in Chautauqua County Monday night, damaging several structures.

One of the worst hit properties belonged to longtime resident Jim Harvey. He was home when the tornado hit and although the storm barely touched his house, it ripped apart his barn that sat no more than 100 yards away from his home.

Despite severe weather warnings, Harvey said he didn't know the storm would be…

Advocates seeking people with voter problems

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — League of Women Voters chapters are trying to contact about 20,000 Kansans whose voter registrations are stalled because of problems proving their citizenship.

Woman credits seat belt for saving life

A woman is hospitalized after a crash in Ellis County Tuesday morning.

East High Car Crash

Study: Gender linked to type of traffic crash

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — A new Kansas State University study finds gender affects the likelihood of young drivers being involved in different types of crashes.

Police identify man shot in N. Wichita

Update:  Wichita Police have identified a man who was shot in N. Wichita Monday.  Police say 25-year-old Jester DeMarco was shot four times while driving near 13th and Hillside.

Mom tries to run over bf

Wichita Police Crime Sheets: Tues. Sept. 2

Each day, we comb through pages upon pages of crime reports from the Wichita Police Department.  Below is a quick glance at some bits and pieces from those sheets. 

More employers looking to hire

Kansas and Wichita's unemployment rate still lower than national average

Crimewatch

Man suffers possible gunshot wound

A man is in critical condition after a possible shooting overnight.

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Severe storms strike south central Kansas

Folks in parts of south-central Kansas are cleaning up after a tornado touched down late Monday. 

Severe risk

More wind, more heat

Meteorologist Mark Larson says after a few stormy days, our Kansas weather will be much quieter but it will also be windy and hotter.

KWCH Weather

  • More wind, more heat

    Severe risk

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says after a few stormy days, our Kansas weather will be much quieter but it will also be windy and hotter.

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