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Wind-blown chilly changes

Temperatures will continue to tumble into our weekend along with a good bet to get wet.

Whooping cough cases take time to officially report

A new case of whooping cough is reported in Sedgwick county, plus there are three new cases of the infection in Lyon county. Those are in addition to ones we've told you about in the past few months, including one death in Barton county.

Sedgwick County says some vaccines may not be effective

FF12: Students opting out of vaccines

For most people, it's been several generations since anyone in their family had the measles, mumps, or whooping cough. "So fewer and fewer people remember what these devastating illnesses look like," said Dr. Amy Seery, Via Christi Pediatrician. "They tend to write them off as just a normal, routine thing everyone should go through in childhood, not realizing the death, destruction, devastation…

FF12: Protecting infants from disease

Having a baby comes with a lot of worry for parents. Especially the thought of germs getting to their newborn. "It scares me," said new mom Bailey McCoy. "I don't let a lot of people hold her and if they do I make them wash their hands."

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Woman credits mother's intuition for whooping cough diagnosis

A woman says her daughter is doing okay today because she listened to her "mother's intuition."

House fire in Augusta

A family in Augusta is safe after their house caught fire overnight. Firefighters in Augusta say smoke detectors helped save them.

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FF: Rape reports on college campuses soar

More pressure than ever is being put on Kansas colleges and universities to keep students safe and be more transparent when it comes to sexual assaults reporting.

I-70 VICTORIA CHASE

High speed chase, crash in Ellis County

A Lawrence man was injured in a crash after leading Kansas Highway Patrol troopers on a high speed chase Thursday afternoon.

McPherson deals with bad smell from bio-solids

You may not be able to see it, but many people say they sure can smell it.

Shockers Fall to Creighton in game one of home series

NCAA unveils final report on Shocker baseball violations

After nearly two years of deliberation, the NCAA released its final report on violations against the Wichita State baseball team dating back to November of 2013. 

FactFinder 12 Don't Fall For It

Sedgwick Co. man falls for inheritance scam

It started with an unsolicited email and before his family realized it, a Sedgwick County man sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to scammers overseas.

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