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City updates body camera progress for Wichita

Earlier this month city leaders laid out a timeline to get every Wichita police officer equipped with a body camera by the end of 2015. Part of that timeline included at November 30th deadline for city leaders to figure out where they'll get an estimated $1.5 million to pay for the project.

Meals on Wheels resume deliveries after kitchen fire

After a fire closed down their kitchen over the weekend, Meals on Wheels staff and volunteers were back at it Tuesday.

The group gathered in the parking lot behind their building Tuesday morning, hauling boxes of frozen meals out of the Ben E. Keith truck it's using to store its food temporarily. Volunteers lined up to pick up the the meals and then hit the streets to deliver them to…

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"No Ferguson Here" group demands more transparency from DA

After the No Ferguson Here group had a meeting Tuesday morning, they went straight to the courthouse to hand over this letter to District Attorney Marc Bennett. The last page had six specific demands, all asking for more transparency.

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Good getaway day

Wednesday will be a good getaway day across the area.

EMS worker arrested for child sex crimes

A Sedgwick County paramedic was arrested over the weekend for child sex crimes.

Hutchinson House Fire

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House fire in Hutchinson

Hutchinson firefighters now say a fire they worked Tuesday morning was intentionally set.

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Wichita community meeting on Ferguson decision

Community leaders in Wichita say there is a lot to learn from what's going on in Ferguson. 

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Downtown Wichita pit to become temporary park

It's been vacant for years, but plans are now in place to fill in a large pit in downtown Wichita.

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When to buy extended warranties

From computers to TVs to smartphones and tablets. Electronics are always on people’s wish lists come Christmastime.

Family Dollar robbed on E. Central

Wichita police say a man robbed the Family Dollar, 2200 E. Central, just after nine o'clock Monday night.

Man arrested following standoff on Lewis Street

One man is in police custody following  a standoff in the 2700 block of E. Lewis Monday evening.

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