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KDOT losing funds, roads seeing effects

KDOT says the Elkhorn Creek bridge was a safety concern for the thousands of drivers who use I-70 daily.


Lawmakers examine money spent on lobbyists

City and county governments send lobbyists to the Statehouse in Topeka every year to represent them before lawmakers. 

SC Kansas secretary accused of sex with student

 The Harper County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after a high school secretary is accused of having sex with a student from Chaparral High School.

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New construction causing traffic concern near Kellogg and Webb Rd.

After a viewer reached out to KWCH upset drivers were going straight through a lane that is only supposed to be for drivers turning left, we reached out to the city to see what it is doing about the problem.

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Former Sedgwick County DA remembers start of Carr brothers' case

A pair of Wichita brothers convicted in a crime spree that killed five people 15 years ago will have their cases heard before the nation's highest court Wednesday morning.

Jonathan and Reginald Carr were sentenced to death for killing five people in a 2000 crime spree, but those sentences were overturned by the Kansas Supreme Court. Now, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Sedgwick County…

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More warmth; few storms

Warmer weather returns with slight chances for rain.

South Haven police chief facing felony charges

The police chief in South Haven is accused of stealing money from a donation to his department.

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Carr brother sentencings before US Supreme Court Wednesday

Sedgwick County District Attorney Marc Bennett is going to Washington D.C. to make sure the Carr brothers never get out of prison.

Kenneth Henderson Middle School

Garden City district reviews response after pellet gun found at school

Students at Garden City's Kenneth Henderson Middle School were wrapping up the school day Monday afternoon before district officials were notified of a possible gun on campus. 

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City council approves improvements to McAdams Park

McAdams Park in Wichita is growing to meet the needs of a growing youth baseball program.

WSU leaders address concerns of pews removed from campus chapel

Wichita State University President John Bardo and the university's Student Government Association are responding to concerns over the removal of pews from the campus chapel. 

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