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Man suffers possible gunshot wound

A man is in critical condition after a possible shooting overnight.

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Severe storms strike south central Kansas

Folks in parts of south-central Kansas are cleaning up after a tornado touched down late Monday. 

Severe risk

More wind, more heat

Meteorologist Mark Larson says after a few stormy days, our Kansas weather will be much quieter but it will also be windy and hotter.

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Elk on the Loose

An elk that escaped from a northwest Wichita property is shot and killed by authorities.

What's New at the Fair?

As the Kansas State Fair starts to set up for it's 101st year, there's a lot of new food and features that you may want to check out. The fair runs Sept. 5th through the 14th.

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Kansas and Wichita's unemployment rate still lower than national average

Overnight storms damage Wichita home

A Wichita family is cleaning up after overnight storms knocked down a tree in their yard.

Wichita Police: device found at hotel just a novelty item

A clock that looked like an explosive brings the Wichita bomb squad to a north Broadway motel.

One hurt in north Wichita shooting

A northeast Wichita shooting leaves one person injured.

One Killed in Officer Involved Shooting

Update: The suspect in a deadly officer involved shooting in Rural Barton County has been identified.

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Event examines trail's effect on Hispanics

LARNED, Kan. (AP) — An upcoming event will focus on the Santa Fe Trails' effect on Hispanics and its influence on other cultures.

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  • More wind, more heat

    Severe risk

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says after a few stormy days, our Kansas weather will be much quieter but it will also be windy and hotter.

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