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Fostering an animal from the Kansas Humane Society

The Kansas Humane Society says there just isn’t enough room for all of the unwanted animals in Wichita. But, there is a way you can help. It’s called “Fostering.”

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How do Kansas Humane Society workers deal with the stress

The goal of the Kansas Humane Society is to find every animal a home, but that doesn’t always happen.

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Temperatures turn toasty

It'll be a quiet but warming forecast.

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One killed, two hurt in south Wichita motorcycle crash

One person is dead, two others hurt, following a motorcycle crash in South Wichita. 

Fire destroys Great Plains Theatre in Abilene

A historic building in Abilene is likely to be a total loss after a fire.

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What to do when you see a child or pet in a hot car

A child locked in a car with the temperatures rising. If you came across this scenario, what would you do?

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Pompeo and Tiahrt spar over Obamacare funding

Republicans running for congress want nothing to do Obamacare.  So when one accuses the other of supporting it, things get heated.

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Enrollment comes with a cost for parents

School enrollment is underway for most districts by now, at least online. For many of you that means a bill is coming due for all those enrollment and activities fees.

WSU journalism professor dies after long illness

Randy Brown, a distinguished Kansas journalist, has died.

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Family of girl killed in farming accident suing machinery dealers

The parents of a Dickinson County girl killed in a farming accident last October are filing a lawsuit against a combine manufacturer and a farm equipment dealer.

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Brownback urges compromise on KS energy rule

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback says he supports phasing out a renewable energy requirement for Kansas utilities over four years and is urging critics of the rule and wind-energy advocates to work on a compromise.

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