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Police charge two in vandalism of Wichita troll sculpture

Wichita police said a citizen tip allowed officers to charge two individuals with vandalism of the Wichita troll statue. Lieutenant James Espinoza said a 21-year-old male and a 20-year-old female now have warrants for their arrests after posting pictures of themselves with the stolen property on social media.

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Sedg Co. Measles outbreak cost $45k

The measles outbreak earlier this year cost the Sedgwick County Health Department more than $45,000.

Gov. names new KS Supreme Court Justice

Governor Sam Brownback has appointed his former Chief Counsel as the state's newest Supreme Court Justice.

Eyewitness News is #1 in Nielsen's July Ratings

Wichita, KS – KWCH 12 and KSCW are Kansans’ preferred choices for local news, winning households in all news periods during Nielsen’s July ratings period. On both stations Eyewitness News won all time periods in the households: morning, noon, 4:00 p.m., 5:00 p.m., 6:00 p.m., 9:00 p.m., and 10:00 p.m. KWCH 12 also won the demos in adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 for all evening newscasts.

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Spirit offering early retirement packages

Some Spirit Aerosystems workers could be retiring early. The company tells us some employees were offered early retirement packages.

Severe risk

Weekend warm-up

Meteorologist Mark Larson says there's more rain/storm chances on the way this weekend but outdoor activities, during the day, should be good to go.

Rollover accident causes power outages in S. Wichita

A mile-long stretch of I-235 in south Wichita has been closed after a rollover accident.

'No Ferguson Here' forum gets heated

"I believe that we know we're not that far away from a Ferguson," said Pastor Kevass Harding, another organizer and the emcee of the event. "We need to be proactive and listen to everyone and be sincere in our listening."

Girl with uzi kills instructor

Wichita shooting range owner says deadly Uzi incident 'preventable'

Prosecutors in Arizona say no criminal charges will be filed in connection with the accidental shooting death of a firing-range instructor.

DOD 1033 supplies local agencies with military equipment

Police in Ferguson, Mo. and St. Louis County have been accused in a federal lawsuit of using excessive force and falsely arresting innocent bystanders.

Russell Co. rope tornado

A brief rope tornado that touched down in western Kansas was caught on camera.

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  • Weekend warm-up

    Severe risk

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says there's more rain/storm chances on the way this weekend but outdoor activities, during the day, should be good to go.

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