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Baby is ultimate World Series souvenir after mom's water breaks at the K

Stephanie and Jason Hetherington showed up early to soak up the atmosphere at Kauffman Stadium before Game 1. 

Volunteer police officer helps stop kidnapper

"At the time, I saw the subject inside and the mother absolutely terrified."

Woman shaken after she claims dog was stolen, returned beaten

A Wichita dog owner is looking for answers after she says her new dog was stolen out of her backyard, and then returned hours later beaten and bruised.

Representatives square off in Wichita's sales tax measure

Eyewitness News concludes its "Campaign 2014 Political Forum Series" tonight with Wichita’s proposed sales tax.

Copper caper in west Wichita

Authorities are looking for copper thieves accused of stealing wire from utility poles in west Wichita.

Senators hope to end sales tax on groceries

You've watched and complained as your grocery bills have grown larger and larger over the last couple of years. Now, two Wichita senators are working on a plan to help by ending sales tax on groceries here in Kansas.

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Buhler Company creates world series banners

A Buhler printing company was asked to print 4,000 banners within 24 hours for the first night of the world series.

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Arena may create $200k fund to attract better acts

It's known to attract country music, but soon Intrust Bank Arena may have a new way to entice a wider variety of concerts to wichita. A new fund would give the group that runs the arena $200,000 each year to bring new acts to town.

Former jail worker faces theft charges

A former Sedgwick County Detention Corporal faces theft charges. The charges would come from an incident that occurred on September 12.

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Evening rain, then warmer

Rain chances will end after tonight with a late week warming trend likely.

Cattle truck crashes in I-70 in Kansas

ABILENE, Kan. (AP) — A driver was unhurt but multiple head of cattle were killed or injured when a tractor-trailer transporting the animals crashed on Interstate 70 in east-central Kansas.

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