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WPD arrest man accused of leaving baby in stolen car

An emergency dispatcher on Tuesday said Wichita police arrested a man who reportedly fled the scene of a traffic stop after leaving an infant in a stolen vehicle.

Severe weather moves through SC Kansas

Severe storms have again hit South Central Kansas with heavy rains and hail. 

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Eyes on weather/Arkansas River as Wichita Riverfest nears

"This is the time that the festival goer doesn't realize is crunch, but it is crunch,"  Wichita Festivals President and CEO Mary Beth Jarvis told KWCH's Anne Meyer

WPD recruits

59 open spots, WPD struggles to recruit

Nationwide police departments are struggling to recruit officers. Wichita is no exception where the police department has 59 open spots.

Parking changes coming to Eisenhower Airport

For months we've been used to construction at Eisenhower Airport. Come Wednesday some of that will change.

Report: Missing Texas girl found safe in Louisiana

UPDATE: Dallas-Fort Worth station WFAA reports 9-year-old Caitlyn Williams has been found safe in Bossier City, La. The suspect in the case, Jessie Nicholas Williams is dead after struggling with authorities, WFAA reports. 

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Rain chances continue

The wet and stormy pattern continues for Kansas with more rain chances coming.

McAdams neighborhood resident

Neighbors work to keep McAdams Pool afloat

Wichita's Park and Recreation department is seeking the public's help to decide what to do with public pools over the next ten years. Capital Improvement Funding is available and earmarked specifically for city aquatics. There are nine public pools open around Wichita:

East High Car Crash

Deputy not hurt in Wichita crash

A Sedgwick County Sheriff's deputy was involved in a non-injury vehicle accident about noon Tuesday near Pawnee and Hiram. 

Mom tries to run over bf

Police find women passed out, taken baby into protective custody

Wichita police take a seven-month-old child into protective custody, after finding two women passed out.

Officers responded to the 300 block of E. Indianapolis Monday, after a man came home from working third shift to find a baby crying with no one tending her.

Police found two women in the living room of the home, unresponsive. They also say they found a bag of a brown/green substance they…

Hutch women's basketball under investigation by NJCAA

A spokesman from Hutch Community College confirmed to Eyewitness Sports Anchor Jacob Albracht that the women's basketball team is under investigation by the NJCAA. 

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