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Cher cancels remaining tour dates, including Wichita

Cher has canceled all of her remaining Dressed To Kill (D2K) tour dates, and that includes Wichita.

Friday AM

A slippery start

Your Friday morning commute could be a little slippery in eastern Kansas.

WPD: Arrest made in rape, burning case

Wichita police have arrested 26-year-old Cornell McNeal on charges of Attempted First Degree Murder and Rape in connection with the rape, beating and burning of a woman at Fairmount Park last Friday.

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FBI search warrants, now 2 on administrative leave

Maize Public Schools confirms two of its employees have been placed on administrative leave following a federal investigation.

Graco recalls millions of strollers

Millions of strollers have been recalled over amputation hazards. The recall covers eleven models of strollers sold under the Graco and Century brand names.

Check return policies before you buy

As part of our Black Friday Headquarters, we’re giving you a look at can’t miss deals this holiday season. But no matter how hard you try, not every gift is perfect - and some will need to be returned or exchanged after the holidays.

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Tipsters contact Crime Stoppers about park attack

It's hard to believe you could help with a criminal investigation without ever giving your name, but the Crime Stoppers organization is setup to protect you in every way. That protection has already generated a handful of tips connected to a serious crime in Wichita.

Lindsborg post office puts up temporary mailboxes while closed

The Lindsborg community can now pick up their mail at the temporary mailboxes outside the post office. Last week the Lindsborg post office temporarily closed because of air quality safety concerns. That meant people had to drive to Salina to pick up packages.  Just this week, the post office put up temporary boxes.

Wichitan returns from snow-packed Buffalo

As much as six feet of snow fell in parts of upstate New York and seven deaths in the region have been blamed on the extreme storm.

Seismometers to be moved to help track Kansas quakes

"The key thing is to get stations on the ground, to start listening to what's going on."

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    Friday AM

    Your Friday morning commute could be a little slippery in eastern Kansas.

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