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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.

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Wichita City Council to decide on pot petition today

It's make or break day for Wichita's pot petition. The Wichita City Council will decide today if the issue will go before voters this April.

Today's forecast

A Toasty Tuesday

Kansas will likely see more record highs Tuesday and Wednesday when they climb into the 70s so afternoon temps will end up 20-30 degrees warmer than normal.

Oklahoma quake felt in Kansas

The US Geological Survey reports a 3.8 magnitude quake near Perry, Oklahoma Tuesday morning.

Charges filed against man accused of kidnapping ex from Texas

The man arrested after police say he kidnapped his ex-girlfriend from Austin, Texas and drove her to Newton was charged in federal court.

Case of whooping cough turns deadly in Barton Co.

At least one person has died from pertussis, also known as whopping cough, in Barton County.

Crews battling fire near Derby

We have a crew on the scene of  a house fire at Prairie Meadows and 55th Street South near Derby. Officials confirmed that the structure is vacant. 

How to safely use Craigslist

After investigators find the bodies of a Georgia couple who disappeared while trying to buy a vintage Mustang off Craigslist, they say the couple followed the Craigslist tips for staying safe. But is there more you can do to protect yourself?

Winfield man struck, killed by semi in Cowley County

     A 23-year-old Winfield man was killed, after he walked in front of an eastbound semi on K-360 Junction with US77 in Cowley County.

Rolling Hills Zoo sees higher attendance because of weather

Rolling Hills Zoo officials say seeing a warm day in January is rare, but when they do, they see almost double the amount of visitors. Zoo goers like Emily Bunk and her mom, Tracy, typically wouldn't be able to come see one of their favorite exhibits this time of year, the giraffes.

Kansas ranks last in Summer food program

Nearly 200,000 students depend on free or reduced price meals at Kansas' public schools, but Steve Coen with the Kansas Health Foundation says  that need doesn't go away when school lets out for the summer.

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  • A Toasty Tuesday

    Today's forecast

    Kansas will likely see more record highs Tuesday and Wednesday when they climb into the 70s so afternoon temps will end up 20-30 degrees warmer than normal.

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