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Team Vision conference in Wichita

Team Vision conference brings 12,000 people to Wichita

Organizers say the goal of the Equipo Vision, or Team Vision, conference is simple: help Latinos achieve the American dream.

Comanche Co. searching for possible shooting suspect

Authorities in Comanche County are searching for a man wanted in connection with a deadly shooting.

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Warming trend coming

After a cool start to October, warmer weather will return soon.

Concealed carry coming to colleges, but students are divided

Thursday's shooting at Oregon's Umpqua Community College brings the topic of guns on campus to the forefront.

Tough voter ID rules pull Kansas into multiple lawsuits

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Secretary of State Kris Kobach's successful push to require new Kansas voters to document their U.S. citizenship has spawned three lawsuits, including one from him.

Kansas is one of only four states with a proof-of-citizenship law. Its statute took effect in 2013.

Kobach has directed county election officials to cancel more than 31,000 incomplete registrations. Most are from…

Team plays one week after semi accident involving 7-year-old

A week after a 7-year-old was hit by a semi-truck while reaching for a football near the street his team took the field again for the first time. Family says LaDale Washington Jr. is still in critical condition and he's fighting for his life.


New wheels for Samson

A dog found shot and left for dead continues to recover. 

Man arrested after breaking into home, sexually assaulting woman

Wichita Police arrest a man who they say entered a woman's home and sexually assaulted her.

(img1)VIDEO: Escaping Syria documentary

Award-winning documentary on Syria refugees to screen Saturday night

A screening of "Escaping Syria," an award-winning documentary produced by the International Rescue Committee will take place in Wichita tonight. 

Sheriff's deputy hurt in crash

A Reno County sheriff's deputy is hurt after being run off the road.

Wichitans grieve, remember victims of Oregon shooting

Members of the Wichita community came together Friday evening to remember the lives lost during a mass shooting at an Oregon community college on Thursday.

One vigil was held at Dellrose United Methodist Church at 6:00 Friday evening. Members of the church sat in silence for one hour, grieving for the victims and their families but also lifting up our country in prayer.

"It's prayer and prayer…

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