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One killed, two injured in Cheyenne County crash

A Norton woman dies in a crash in Cheyenne County. 

Icy road causes rollover crash in Sherman County

A rollover crash in Northwest Kansas leaves one person with minor injuries. 

Offender Warrant Project already seeing success after tips from public

Four down, eleven to go. Sedgwick County officials said tips from the public helped track down the four criminals just days after the sheriff's office released a poster of 15 wanted sexual or violent offenders.

It's part of a new Offender Registration Warrant Program and officials said the program is already working exactly like it should.

Tracking down offenders in Sedgwick County is a daily task…

Jennifer Nauertic

Kansas family pushes for special Alzheimer's license plate

A bill that would allow you to have an Alzheimer's license plate, may not seem like a big deal especially on the floor of the Kansas House of Representatives. But for one family, it's a living testament to a lost loved one.

Bronco truck cruising Wichita streets

If Charlie Williams is looking for respect on the streets of Wichita he better keep trucking. Williams drives a custom painted Broncos truck complete with a portrait of himself with Elway's Jersey on the side.

DIW: Drain Wig (1)

DIW: Drain Wig

Senior Planet Hair stylist Katherine Landis is letting us into the ugly side of her beauty routine. We’re talking about all the hair she sheds washing, drying, and styling every day. That's why there's the "Drain Wig."

Microcephaly

Family talks effects of microcephaly as Zika concerns spread

The anxiety over Zika continues in Florida as mosquito spayers treat Miami-Dade neighborhoods Thursday.

Florida's hot, humid climate puts its 20 million residents at risk along with millions of tourists. The state's governor is asking the CDC to rush 1,000 Zika testing kids to Florida. Thesting would focus on pregnant women who are especially vulnerable.

The Zika virus has been linked to a birth…

Gordon Ramsay

WPD Chief Gordon Ramsay discusses changes, goals for the department

Cutting down crime, communicating with the public and addressing the use of force.

Man fights for light on dark street in south Wichita

Dennis Clark walks about 100 steps to his mailbox each day, but he makes that hike before the sun goes down for a reason. "The streetlight over here, by the mailboxes, has been out since October of 2015," he said. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook helps him get results.

Broncos beat Panthers to win Super Bowl

Fans celebrate a Broncos Super Bowl win

POSTED: 10:13 PM CST Feb 07, 2016    UPDATED: 10:35 PM CST Feb 07, 2016 
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Fans celebrate a Broncos Super Bowl win

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