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DCF clients upset over department move

The Kansas Department for Children and Families office sits in downtown Wichita on South Market Street in the Finney State Office Building. But sometime next year, the office will be moving nearly six miles away to South Oliver which is currently a U.S. Postal building.

School bus driver shortage in Garden City

Garden City is one of the districts having trouble finding enough people to drive under the new requirements. The district only has about 3/4 of the drivers it needs for some 2,500 students.

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Douglas bridge makeover plans revealed

Getting rid of a pigeon problem is among the plans to give a facelift to a downtown Wichita bridge.

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Wichita police recruits pepper sprayed to prepare for job

It's a painful lesson in policing, new recruits are being pepper sprayed in the face to prepare for what they may encounter on the streets.

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Rain chances increasing

The rain chances will be around for the rest of the week, including the chance for some heavy rainfall.

FF12: Safe trailers can save lives

More than a week after a law enforcement officer and his wife were killed in a crash, Great Bend Police are testing parts of the trailer that caused it.

Naked man walks Topeka streets, and it's legal

A man walking around Topeka without clothes has some residents questioning the state law.

Fire damages fraternity house in Lawrence

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Members of a fraternity at the University of Kansas are moving back into their chapter house after a minor fire.

No A/C at school

Going indoors is one of the best ways to beat the heat, but that wasn't the case for one group of Wichita students after the school's air conditioning system broke on Monday.

Caldwell Elementary School was without air conditioning for about half the day Monday when the school's system went out about 12:30 p.m. Several parents who spoke with Eyewitness News said they were surprised they hadn't been…

1 federally registered voter voted in dual system

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — One voter.

Fatal fireworks explosion ruled accidental

PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — The state fire marshal says an explosion that killed a worker at a southeast Kansas fireworks company has been ruled accidental.

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  • Rain chances increasing

    rain chance scale

    The rain chances will be around for the rest of the week, including the chance for some heavy rainfall.


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