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Kansas student newspaper sues administrators

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The student newspaper at the University of Kansas has filed a federal lawsuit accusing university administrators of approving funding cuts to the newspaper that were enacted after an editorial critical of the student senate.

Shooting at east side bar leaves one man injured

Wichita Police were called to an east side bar last night after a battery with firearms call. 

Man injured in stabbing Saturday morning

Wichita Police were called to an aggravated battery call this morning in the 2900 block of East Harry.

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Owner claims two dogs taken from puppy mill

Two micro-chipped dogs taken from the puppy mill have been reclaimed.  

Temperature trend

Calm today, super windy Sunday.

Meteorologist Dean Jones says to enjoy the "calm" weather today, because Sunday looks windy and colder.

Family warns others after 'hair tourniquet' scare on baby's toe

A single strand of hair almost cost one Wichita baby one of her toes. Now, her parents are warning others about what's called a "hair tourniquet".

Scott Walker of Wichita posted a picture of his Molly, his daughter, and her swollen toe on Facebook in January of 2016 and after only one week, it had gone viral. Many others commented sharing they, too, had experienced a scare with hair tourniquets.

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Wichita business prepares for Super Bowl 50

We are less than two days from kick off of Super Bowl 50. 

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Neighborhood worried about vacant stores at 13th and Oliver

An east Wichita intersection is without two major stores. Friday morning, people found the Quick Trip at 13th and Oliver closed and boarded up. 

"To see it close I was like, gasp, oh my God! When I drove past it this morning. It was a shock," said Felisha Brown, whose routine included stopping at the Quick Trip every morning. 

The neighborhood Walmart at 13th and Oliver closed less than a week ago.

Wichita Police see increase in thefts of idling vehicles

Since the beginning of the year, 61 vehicles have been stolen across the City of Wichita. These vehicles were left running and unattended.

Residents on Broadway tired of seeing graffiti on buildings

Neighborhoods on South Broadway are facing graffiti problems that are costing them thousands of dollars.

Western KS couple heading to Super Bowl

A family from western Kansas is on their way to Super Bowl 50.

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