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Fire breaks out at Hutchinson dry cleaners

Firefighters are on the scene of a fire at a dry cleaners in Hutchinson tonight.

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Operation Holiday works to provide for families in need

For more than 50 years, Operation Holiday has worked each year to provide winter clothing, blankets and toys to Sedgwick County families in need.

Less anger at second VA town hall in Wichita

Veterans take their complaints about how the Department of Veterans Affairs'  medical facilities operate to the top in a town hall forum in Wichita Thursday afternoon.

Brownback calls 'Hard 50' special session

Governor names two to Saline County Commission

Today,  Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback named Luci Larson and Davis Smith to the Saline County Commission. The commissioners will be sworn in on Jan. 12, joining the three Saline County Commissioners already in place. 

Winter weather didn't cripple morning commute

Thursday's evening commute should be better than the morning.

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Cause of Cheney barn fire released

We now have new details about what started a barn fire Wednesday in Cheney

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Preliminary report released in plane crash that killed KS pilot

The National Transportation Safety Board says engine failure is likely to blame for a Missouri plane crash that killed a Kansas man.

Friday forecast

Slow warming trend

Temperatures will be slowly climbing into the weekend.

Wellington Mom Accused of Murdering Son

Update: Lindsey Nicole Blansett was in Sumner County Court Thursday morning, but attorneys for both sides told the judge they need more time to prepare for the case. New hearing set for January 8th, 2015.

Emergency Accident Reporting Plan (EARP) in effect

The emergency accident reporting plan is in effect for the City of Wichita (NOT Sedgwick County). If there are no injuries, no impaired drivers, or wrecked vehicles, drivers involved should exchange contact and insurance information.

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Bedbugs found in Kansas state office building

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas officials say bedbugs have been found inside a state office building near the Statehouse targeted for demolition.

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