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Autism Care Walk draws record-breaking crowd; raises funds, awareness

Thousands of people helped make it another record-breaking year for Heartspring's annual Autism Care Walk in Wichita.

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Gunshot Victim Flown to Wichita

One person is hurt after a shooting in Cullison.

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Calm and quiet weekend

Meteorologist Dean Jones says, after yesterday's severe weather this weekend looks quiet.  No severe storms in forecast through Sunday.

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Former WSU players speak out on abuse allegations

Wichita State University is looking into head women’s basketball coach Jody Adams’ treatment of her players.  WSU President Dr. John Bardo launched an inquiry after four current players – including two starters – decided to transfer to other schools.  Typically, a player transfers because they are not getting enough playing time at their current school.  When two WSU starters, Michaela Dapprich…

Harley recalls nearly 46,000 motorcycles

DETROIT (AP) - Harley-Davidson is recalling nearly 46,000 motorcycles in the U.S. because they could stay in gear due to clutches that won't fully disengage.
    
The recall covers certain Electra Glide, Ultra Limited, Police Electra Glide, Street Glide, Road Glide and Road King models from the 2014 and 2015 model years.
    
Harley-Davidson Motor Co. said in documents that gas bubbles can cause the…

Maize Crash Update

After church Sunday, Britney and Natalie Wessley buckled into their mom's SUV never expecting something bad to happen. "I was just watching a movie in the car and all of the sudden boom," said Britney Wessley. "We got in a car wreck." Lauren Seabrook reports.

Greensburg Twilight Theater opens, serves as reminder

For the small town of Greensburg, a $3.5 million theater is a big deal.

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UPDATE: Jetmore man charged with first-degree murder in infant death

UPDATE: A Jetmore man is formally charged with first-degree murder and abuse of a child in connection to the death of a two-month-old infant, according to a news release from the Kansas Attorney General.

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Delay could still affect siren system

Just weeks ago all 142 sirens in Sedgwick County sounded to warn residents of a possible tornado, although only part of the county was in the path of the storm. The Wichita office of Emergency Management says next time officials need to sound the sirens, it could do the same thing.

More ice cream recalls due to listeria

On Monday April 27, Blue Bell plans to implement several changes to its production line to make sure its ice cream is safe and make a fresh start as a company.

Wichita man dies in fiery crash outside OK National Weather Center

The FBI has identified the man found dead inside a burned car outside the Norman, Oklahoma National Weather Service building as Allen Rouse from Wichita, according to KFOR news in Oklahoma City.

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  • Calm and quiet weekend

    the forecast

    Meteorologist Dean Jones says, after yesterday's severe weather this weekend looks quiet.  No severe storms in forecast through Sunday.

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