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Crimewatch

Bullets strike SE Wichita QT

Wichita Police are searching for suspects accused of firing shots outside a southeast Wichita convenience store.

Crimewatch

Woman stabbed 9 times in the back, side

A woman who was stabbed multiple times is now listed in stable condition.

East Wichita convenience store robbed

Officers were called to the Phillips 66 on South Hillside Friday night.

Jayden Hicks' family hires Kansas City attorney

Judge won't dismiss suit in girl's shocking death

SALINA, Kan. (AP) — The family of a Salina girl who was fatally shocked may press ahead with a $10.5 million lawsuit.

Kansas farmers, officials concerned about long-term water supply

Depletion of Ogallala aquifer empties streams

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The depletion of the Ogallala Aquifer is causing western Kansas to lose many of its perennial streams.

School funding suit complicates Kansas budget fix

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Even before state courts decide whether Kansas spends enough money on public schools, an education funding lawsuit is complicating efforts by legislators and Gov. Sam Brownback to close budget shortfalls.

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Fire shuts down Meals On Wheels kitchen

A kitchen fire has closed the the Senior Services, Inc. of Wichita.

3-Day Forecast

Cold front moving in

Meteorologist Dean Jones says, a strong cold front will moving across Kansas today.  Good news - not an Arctic blast.

Toddler hurt in house fire moved to Kansas City hospital

A three-year-old boy injured in a fatal house fire on Nov. 12 is transferred to a Kansas City hospital for further treatment.

11.17 Rape and burning

Fairmount Park rape victim dies

Sources close to the family confirm the unidentified victim died Saturday morning with family by her side.

Brief police chase ends in fatal crash

One person has died, and three others are hurt following a crash in Mulvane early Saturday morning.

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KWCH Weather

  • Cold front moving in

    3-Day Forecast

    Meteorologist Dean Jones says, a strong cold front will moving across Kansas today.  Good news - not an Arctic blast.

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