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Chiefs safety Eric Berry returns to practice field

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – After several rounds of thorough testing and a process that concluded late Tuesday evening, Chiefs safety Eric Berry has been cleared to take the practice field with the club for Wednesday morning’s practice with quarterbacks, rookies and injured players.

Heat related emergencies double & triple

The heat this summer has been too much for many Kansans with the number of heat related medical emergencies doubling and tripling in June and July.

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Brownback to be on vacation when new budget cuts are announced

FactFinder 12 has learned Governor Sam Brownback will be on “personal vacation” when his office announces $50 million in cuts this Friday. 

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Sierra Niehaus appears in court, attorney asks judge to suppress statements

This time last year, law enforcement was called to the Niehaus home, they found Sierra's younger sister, Galazia, stabbed several times. Police interviewed and then arrested Sierra.

Mom warns of firework dangers while daughter recovers from accident

You've heard a lot about firework safety this summer. We're showing you why those lessons are so important.

Proposed county cuts could impact Wichita budget

Wichita city leaders expect to spend more money to make up for the proposed budget cuts by Sedgwick County Commissioners

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Man arrested after Wichita bridal shop burglary

Talk about being caught red-handed. Wichita Police responded to a burglary alarm at Accent Bridal and Tux on W. Douglas at around 10:00 p.m. Monday.

Hole visible in Jetmore grain elevator

The Hodgeman County Sheriff says it wasn't an explosion, but he's not sure what caused part of a grain elevator in Jetmore to give way.

Man charged with animal abuse, other charges following disturbing video

A Wichita man accused in a shooting and of throwing a cat against a wall made his first appearance in court Tuesday afternoon.

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Wichita FBI scam alert

The Wichita FBI is warning local residents about a scam where the caller pretends to be a special agent with the FBI.

Oklahoma quakes damage, crack Wichita homeowner's property

Five reported earthquakes shook up parts of Oklahoma on Monday, rattling items right off the shelves in one grocery store. But many in south central Kansas told Eyewitness News they felt the shaking, too. One homeowner said he not only felt the shaking, but he has damage to his home as well.

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