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National Baseball Congress to recognize Kaiser Carlile

Players say Kaiser Carlile will always be a part of the Liberal Bee Jays team, but now he will also always be a part of the National Baseball Congress World Series,  as he's recognized for the remainder of the tournament. 

Heat advisory

Storm chances and cooler then hot and dry

We can expect cooler temperatures and storm chances statewide on Tuesday.

Teammates remember bat boy killed in on-field accident

UPDATE: A moment of silence came Monday night at Lawrence Dumont Stadium before a game as players continue to pay their respects to 9-year-old Kaiser Carlile.

Police search related to missing infant

Wichita Police spent Monday afternoon searching a scene near K-15 and 55th Street S. for evidence related to missing child, Vincent Moore.

Craigslist home rent scam

A teen trying to move to Salina is out $1,000 after falling for a scam on Craigslist. The 18-year-old from Landon was planning a move to Salina and found a home for rent on Craigslist.

Kaiser Carlile

NBC World Series bans tradition after bat boy killed

The risk that comes with being a bat boy or girl has proven to be too much after 9-year-old Kaiser Carlile died this weekend. Now, the tradition is going away. Lauren Seabrook reports.

Kansas governor says final power plant rule 'twice as bad'

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback says the final version of a federal rule for cutting carbon emissions from power plants is "twice as bad" for the state as the original version outlined a year ago.

Butler County officials looking for witness to fatal shooting

The Butler County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deadly shooting in rural El Dorado.

Falling gas prices expected to continue, experts say

Gas prices across the country are falling and experts say it will likely continue.

UPDATE: Employee who wrote "pig" on police officer's drive thru order fired

UPDATE: According to a spokesman for Taco Bell, the employee responsible for writing "pig" on food ordered by an officer with the Newton Police Department has since been fired.

Milton Wolf

Ex-Senate hopeful says Kansas board has ended investigation

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Former U.S. Senate candidate and Dr. Milton Wolf says Kansas' medical board has dropped an investigation of him after finding he committed no wrongdoing.

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