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Fire damages house in Greenwood County

Fire heavily damaged a house in the town of Hamilton Tuesday in Greenwood County.

FF12: Product could stop texting and driving

The pursuit of a solution to texting and driving wasn’t in the plans for engineer and entrepreneur Scott Tibbitts.

Hate waiting at the tag office? New system to allow virtual check-in

If you dread waiting in line at the tag office, good news! Sedgwick County is working on a new system that would basically eliminate the wait.

"I know it's a new system," said Linda Kizzire, the Sedgwick County treasurer. "I know we'll probably have a few hiccups, I ask people to be patient with our staff and our software."

Employees with Sedgwick County will spend the new few days training on the…

Man arrested following brief standoff at Newton residence

Tips from the community led Newton Police to arrest a man wanted for questioning on charges including arson, burglary and criminal threat in the 1300 of Vine Street Tuesday night.

Ellis leads No. 6 KU past No. 10 West Virginia

Perry Ellis had 21 points, Landen Lucas pulled down a career-high 16 rebounds and No. 6 Kansas beat No. 10 West Virginia 75-65 on Tuesday night to forge a three-way tie atop the Big 12.
Frank Mason III added 14 points for the Jayhawks (20-4, 8-3), who handled the Mountaineers' pressure well in avenging a loss lost month in Morgantown that had them playing catch-up in the league race.

Kansas gas prices at 12-year low

Kansas is one of nine states in the Midwest where average prices at the pump are the cheapest they've been since 2004. 

Newton police seek to question man about weekend burglaries

Newton police say they want to talk to a man who may be related to a string of burglaries from over the weekend.

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Study looks at Zika Virus impact on travel

New information about the Zika virus is coming out daily, and that can affect your plans to travel abroad.

Fire causes more than $1 million at Liberal business

An electrical failure involving a truck in a shop is to blame for an early Monday morning fire that caused more than $1 million to Liberal Kenworth in the 300 block of S. County Estates Road. 

Computer glitch causes tag office wait

Wait time changes coming soon to Sedgwick County tag offices

A trip to the tag office could soon be a quick one. 

The Tag Office is learning the new QLess system. Coming soon you won't have to wait in line. Reserve your place in line...

Posted by Sedgwick County Government on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

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