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UPDATE: F-16 crashes in Elk County

The Oklahoma Air National Guard has confirmed a fighter jet that crashed in Elk County is from Tulsa, Okla.

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Campaign 2014 - Governor Debate Forum

With Election Day two weeks from Tuesday the candidates for Kansas' Governor are fighting hard for your vote. With most polls showing Republican Sam Brownback and Democrat Paul Davis in a statistical tie, every vote matters.

El Dorado city commissioners lift pit bull ban

El Dorado city leaders have voted in favor of lifting the city's ban on Pit Bulls. It's been in place since the 1980s.

Salina man sentenced in deadly hit and run crash

A Salina man has been sentenced to two months in prison in connection to a hit and run accident that killed a bicyclist.

Kansas teenager sentenced for death of father

OLATHE, Kan. (AP) — A northeast Kansas teenager will spend five years and four months in a juvenile facility for killing his father during a custody exchange.

Mitt Romney CNN interview

Romney to campaign for Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) — Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney plans to campaign for Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts in suburban Kansas City next week, the latest national figure working to save the embattled three-term incumbent.

City sends out mailer on Wichita's proposed sales tax

With 15 days to go before the election, the City of Wichita plans to send you new details about the proposed sales tax.

airport construction changes

Construction affects parking, terminal curb lanes at Mid-Continent

If you're heading to the airport to drop off or pick up a loved one, you'll have to be quick about it.

Kansas National Guardsman honored for saving woman from fire

Two years after a Wichita native helped rescue a woman from a burning home in Wichita, the Kansas National Guardsman is getting a more official 'thank you' for his heroic actions.

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October warmth continues

Dry and warm weather continues Tuesday ahead of a midweek storm.

AT&T plans upgrades to mobile phone use at KU

Professor fights KU over harassment case, policies

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Nearly four years after he was found guilty of sexual harassment, a University of Kansas professor continues to fight the university in court.

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