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Mainly sunny and hot Labor Day weekend

Meteorologist Dean Jones says, today will be the "nicest" day of the 3 day holiday weekend.

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'Women For Kansas' aims to get more women to vote

Women from 88 Kansas communities gather in Wichita Friday, and through the weekend for the first ever "Women For Kansas" convention.

Wichitans sound off on need for new citizen review board

It was a hot topic in Thursday night's "No Ferguson Here" forum, the need for a citizen review board that can hold the police department accountable during investigations.

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Friend of victim in fatal Salina bike collision speaks out

A friend speaks out after a man is found guilty for a deadly hit and run near Salina last year.

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Holcomb cracks down on door-to-door sales people

Holcomb police and city commissioners are working on an ordinance to cut down on pushy door-to-door sales people.

UPDATE: Father pleads guilty to leaving child alone in closet

Donovan Turner pleaded guilty to child endangerment on Friday.

FF12: Mayor requests police body cams by end of year

Wichita Mayor Carl Brewer says he wants body cameras on every police officer in the city. Thursday night, community members voiced concerns and frustrations with public safety at a discussion setup to prevent what happened in Ferguson, Missouri from happening in Wichita.

Governor's choice for Kansas Supreme Court Justice questioned

The governor picks a well known conservative and a close friend to fill the vacant seat on the Kansas Supreme Court, Caleb Stegall.

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Newton Police Department asks people to avoid crime scenes

The Newton Police Department is asking people to avoid potential crime scenes. This comes after a standoff Thursday night, between a man locked inside a home and police.

Gov. names new KS Supreme Court Justice

Governor Sam Brownback has appointed his former Chief Counsel as the state's newest Supreme Court Justice.

Police charge two in vandalism of Wichita troll sculpture

Wichita police said a citizen tip allowed officers to charge two individuals with vandalism of the Wichita troll statue. Lieutenant James Espinoza said a 21-year-old male and a 20-year-old female now have warrants for their arrests, pending a judge's signature, after posting pictures of themselves with the stolen property on social media.

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