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One Arrested, One Hurt in Ark City Shooting

One person has now been arrested in connection with a shooting in Arkansas City.

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More rain chances today

Meteorologist Dean Jones says, the severe weather threat is low for most of Kansas, with a higher threat in Oklahoma and Arkansas today.

Public gets look at new Wichita airport terminal

The new terminal at Wichita's Eisenhower Airport was open to the public for the first time Saturday and most in attendance had positive things to say.

Expectant dads get tips, advice at daddy boot camp

It's one of the toughest jobs out there - being a parent. Many new fathers will tell you they don't feel as prepared to handle a newborn as new moms. That's why Via Christi hospital is hoping to help a few out with a new class just for dads.

Man robs Quik Trip in West Wichita

Wichita Police are looking for a man who robbed a Quik Trip in West Wichita early this morning.

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Dodge City man arrested after stabbing wife multiple times

A Dodge City man is arrested on suspicion of attempted first-degree murder.

3 dead, others seriously hurt in head-on collision in Butler Co.

Update: The Kansas Highway Patrol released the names of those involved in a deadly crash near the Butler-Greenwood County line.

BMW recalling 91,800 Mini Coopers to fix air bag problem

BMW is recalling 91,800 Mini Coopers to fix a defect that may prevent the air bag on the front passenger side of the cars from deploying in a crash.

The problem affects the 2005 to 2008 models of the Mini Cooper and Cooper S. BMW says the air bag may not work properly because of a flam that might prevent the vehicles' mat detection system from sensing a passenger sitting in the front seat.

BMW told…

Saturday afternoon earthquake shakes south Kansas

An earthquake shook parts of Kansas Saturday afternoon.

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Three teens hurt after accident in Reno County

Three teens were hurt after an accident in Reno County.

Kansas State lab reports uptick in rabies cases

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas State University laboratory that conducts rabies testing is reporting a spike in positive results.

Diagnostician Rolan Davis says there were 28 positive rabies cases from January through March of this year, up from 10 positives for the same three months in 2014.

The school said this week in a news release that 23 of the cases involve rabies in a skunk, the animal…

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  • More rain chances today

    the forecast

    Meteorologist Dean Jones says, the severe weather threat is low for most of Kansas, with a higher threat in Oklahoma and Arkansas today.

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