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State Rep. Joe Edwards dies at 59

Edwards, a Republican who served in the 93rd district, was 59 years old.

Braeburn Golf Course will close for good in November

Braeburn Golf Course at Wichita State University will see its last public tee off at the end of October and close  Nov. 3.

Firefighter urging NFPA to change field fire recommendations

A Kansas man has created a new tool to help rural fire departments fight field fires.

Propane leak may have caused Butler Co. home explosion

A man escaped serious injury after a home explosion in Butler County.

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Hutchinson woman says she's the second West Nile case in Kansas

The Kansas Department of Health and Environment reported the first case of the West Nile Virus in Kansas Tuesday. According to KDHE, the case is in Republic County. But a Hutchinson woman told Eyewitness News she should be counted too since the Reno County Health Department has contacted her after her West Nile diagnosis.

SW Wichita crash sends 6 to the hospital

Six people have been hurt, one critically, after an accident in southwest Wichita.

City council checks out progress on Wichita's new airport terminal

More money approved for Wichita airport terminal project

Wichita leaders have approved more money for Wichita's new airport terminal.

W. Wichita homes added to city water over contamination concerns

More homes are set to be connected to Wichita city water following contamination caused by a former dry cleaning facility.

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Third of Americans have nothing saved for retirement

A new report found more than a third of Americans have nothing saved for retirement.

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No pot vote in November, group shifts efforts to April ballot

Wichita's pot petition will not end up on the November ballot, now that a push for a recount fails to move forward.

WSU responds to overloaded shuttle system

As students, staff and faculty adjust to the new parking system at Wichita State University, many are opting to take the free shuttle service. But some have complained the system was overloaded causing many students to be late or even miss class.

Several students told Eyewitness News that at times, the buses were so full they had to skip and wait for the next shuttle to arrive. According to…

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