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Gov. Brownback to announce tax policy proposal

Gov. Sam Brownback is expected to announce his Governor's tax proposal at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Kansas Statehouse.

Train Hits Car in Ellsworth County

Crews in Ellsworth County are now on scene of a train crash near Wilson.

Kansas House to consider bill tweaking 'webcam abortion' ban

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Kansas House is expected to debate a bill aimed at allowing the state to enforce a ban on what critics call "webcam" abortions.

The chamber was expected to consider the bill Saturday. It makes technical changes in a provision in a 2011 law enacting health and safety regulations specifically for abortion providers. The state hasn't been able to enforce the law because two…

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Dry but cooler today

We will finally see dry weather that will last

Memorial held for Wichita State student deemed a hero

Abduljalil al-Arbash is remembered as a brother, a friend and a hero. A man who gave his life to save hundreds in a large Saudi Arabian Mosque from a suicide bomber.

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Riverfest starts in downtown Wichita

Riverfest 2015 is officially underway. Tens of thousand of people came down for the first night to see the Sundown parade and the fireworks.

Police: Two teens hospitalized after K2 overdose

Two Wichita teens are being treated at a hospital after police say they overdosed on synthetic marijuana-- also known as K2.

Former Wichita Heights teacher accused of sexual relations with student

A Wichita music teacher who resigned in March has been charged with having sexual relations with a student.

American Legion Post closes after theft allegations

A torn American flag outside a Wichita American Legion Post has some upset the post has allowed it to continue flying. Akeam Ashford reports.

Governor's office cancels tax policy proposal newser

Governor Sam Brownback's office has canceled the tax policy proposal announcement twenty-five minutes after announcing it to the media.

Friends remember WSU student who died preventing attack

Friends of a Wichita State University engineering student said they'll miss him, but will always remember his bravery.

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