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UPDATED: 'Bama AD Bill Battle is in Wichita

Alabama Athletic Director Bill Battle is in Wichita. 

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Customers tied up in Wichita cell phone store robbery

Several people are tied up as robbers hit a Wichita cell phone store. It happened at a business in the 6800 block of W. Kellogg.

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One arrested in robbery of Wichita cancer patient

"They took everything," said victim Jackson Hill. "Thank God that I am alive."

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High court to hear Kansas plea to reinstate death sentences

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court has agreed to hear Kansas' appeal to reinstate death sentences for two brothers over the fatal shootings of four people in a snow-covered soccer field and for another man convicted of killing a couple.

Tuesday forecast

Summer heat coming

Look for very warm, dry weather to start our week followed by midweek rain-storm chances.

Grilling safety

Fire in the grill, under hot dogs and burgers, is a welcoming sight at the family cookout, but fire anywhere else can make your spring kick-off barbecue memorable for all the wrong reasons.

Principal responds to letter jacket controversy

Update: Wichita East High School's principal has published an "open letter" to the school community.  You can read that letter in its entirety below.

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Dorrance man seriously injured in Russell County four wheeler wreck

A 31-year-old Dorrance man was seriously injured in an early Sunday morning four wheeler accident near the intersection of Taylor and Highway 40 in Dorrance in Russell County.

Several residents displaced by Emporia apartment fire

An apartment fire in Emporia displaced several residents. The fire was reported a little before 4 a.m. Sunday at the Eastwood Lake Apartments on East Street. 

Growing prison program makes "big impact" on domestic violence

As domestic violence continues to be a major problem across the state, the KDOC says a program it started two years ago is working.

High fire danger keeps firefighters on alert

Firefighters across several parts of Kansas were on high alert Sunday as dry and windy conditions made for high fire danger around the state.

This is also the time of year many controlled burns take place to help manage crop and grassland, but firefighters say even controlled burns can be hard to manage in these conditions.

"Right now the fire danger is high, extremely high and it's because…

KWCH Weather

  • Summer heat coming

    Tuesday forecast

    Look for very warm, dry weather to start our week followed by midweek rain-storm chances.

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