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Nepalese community hold fundraiser for Nepal victims

Its been more than a week since a massive earthquake struck the capital city of Nepal, killing at least 7,000 people. Akeam Ashford reports.

Unmanned aircraft: the future of Meteorology

When it comes to studying tornadoes, the sky is no longer the limit. Imagine the possibilities that come with flying an unmanned aircraft around a storm to study the ingredients in tornado formation.

Joseph Randle talks about domestic violence allegations

Dallas Cowboys running back and Wichita native Joseph Randle wants his name to be associated with football again, instead of domestic violence.

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Group sells "Momo" to raise funds for Nepal

A group of Nepalese natives in Wichita are selling an authentic Nepalese dish to help provide funds for those affected by a massive earthquake in Nepal.

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Note on Governor Brownback's restaurant receipt goes viral

A photo posted on social media regarding a note on a receipt given to Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has gone viral.

Officer: Shooting at Muhammad cartoon contest in Texas

GARLAND, Texas (AP) - A contest for cartoons depictions of the Prophet Muhammad in a Dallas suburb is on lockdown after authorities reported a shooting outside the building.
An officer dressed in SWAT gear took the stage toward the end of the event at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland and told attendees, including an Associated Press reporter, that a shooting had occurred. He said one…

2 People Hurt in South Wichita Wreck

Police investigating two vehicle wreck in the 1300 block of East Amsden.

Leadership program organizes graduation gifts for homeless students

Most high school seniors will celebrate their upcoming graduation with their families. But some Wichita High School students will get their diploma without their mom or dad watching.

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Several rounds of storms this week

This will be a very active week with many different rounds of showers and storms in Kansas.

2 sisters found shot to death in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Police say two sisters were found shot to death in a vacant lot in south St. Louis.

The two victims found early Sunday were identified as 20-year-old Antquonette Hale and 15-year-old Tahnaizja Smith. Police say Hale was shot in the back and Smith was shot in the face, arm and chest.

Police had no information on suspects.

The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports it was the second time in…

WSU Grad student pushes for more gender neutral bathrooms

A pair of shoes, left in nearly every restroom on the Wichita State campus, tell the story of a person who couldn't be there.

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