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Augusta aims to fix water smelly water

The city of Augusta says its water problems should be fixed soon.

Free adoption of black animals on Black Friday

Black Friday is just a day away and the Kansas Humane Society is taking the opportunity to offer its own sale.

The shelter will open at 11:00am on Friday and will be adopting out black and mostly black animals completely free of charge. All other adult dogs and kittens will be 50 dollars and, as always, adult cats are also free.

The goal is to adopt out as many animals as possible, but specifically…

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Guilty plea in the death of a 10-month-old

A Wichita man accused in the death of a 10-month-old girl who was left in a hot car has reached a plea deal with prosecutors.

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Charges in death of Wichita couple

One of two people arrested in the death of a Wichita couple is now charged with Capital Murder.

Cornell McNeal charged with Capital Murder

Cornell McNeal is now charged with Capital Murder in the death of Letitia Davis.

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Fines for NOT opening on Thanksgiving?

Thanksgiving is upon us, and for many, that means the best deals of the season. Many stores have already started offering Black Friday deals, others will open on Thanksgiving Day for shoppers.

Rain chances

Good looking travel forecast

Meteorologist Mark Larson says we can expect pretty typical November temps today and Thanksgiving Day followed by a big warm-up Friday and Saturday.

Hutchinson house fire declared 'suspicious'

Hutchinson firefighters are now calling a fire they worked Tuesday morning suspicious.

Salina neighborhood says 'no' to putting up a new cell tower

Cell phone towers are a familiar sight in Kansas, but some who live here want to keep them out.

East High Car Crash

Child hit by car in Mulvane expected to be okay

Eyewitness News has learned the child has been upgraded to good condition. He will be kept overnight at the hospital for treatment.

Wichitans hold No Ferguson Vigil, demand changes here

Dozens of Wichitans gathered to show their support for Michael Brown's family and community Tuesday evening. They also called for change in Wichita saying it's needed to prevent Ferguson from happening here.

KWCH Weather

  • Good looking travel forecast

    Rain chances

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says we can expect pretty typical November temps today and Thanksgiving Day followed by a big warm-up Friday and Saturday.

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