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Wichita schools approve lunch price increase

At its meeting Monday evening, the Wichita School Board approved increasing prices for student lunches.

The Wichita School District says that the price increase is necessary to make sure it is following reimbursement guidelines for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's free and reduced lunch program. Under the program, money the district's receive in reimbursement cannot be used to subsidize any…

Brownback in Wichita Tuesday

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback will join members of the Kansas Legislature and representatives of Kansas for Life in making four stops Tuesday as part of the ceremonial signing of Senate Bill 95, the Kansas Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act. 

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Jody Adams in compliance with NCAA

We are getting a clearer picture of the allegations against Wichita State University women's basketball coach Jody Adams. 

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South Haven schools closing early to save money

More Kansas schools will close early this year to save money. South Haven is the latest district to make this cost-cutting decision.

Lucas tornado sirens

Heavy rain, hail and wind left Russell and Lincoln counties with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage to schools, cars and homes. But Friday night, people in Lucas didn't hear the the tornado sirens. Lucas fire chief Kenny Kain says the area was under a tornado warning, but officials didn't think it was necessary to sound the outdoor warning device.

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Warming trend coming

After a cool start to the week, temperatures will be on a warming trend soon.

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Better Business Bureau helps consumers donate wisely

A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal Saturday. With more than 4,000 people confirmed dead, relief efforts are mobilizing in response. You may want to help, but the Better Business Bureau (BBB) wants to remind consumers to "give wisely."

4.4 earthquake rattles central Oklahoma, felt in Kansas

4.4 magnitude Earthquake felt by some in Kansas

White supremacist to plead guilty in Jewish site shootings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - A white supremacist accused of killing three people near two Kansas Jewish centers says he's ready to plead guilty to all charges to avoid a lengthy trial.

Frazier Glenn Miller told The Associated Press in a phone call from jail on Monday that he doesn't have long to live and wants to have his day in court.

The 74-year-old from Aurora, Missouri, is charged with capital…

Former Sheriff Deputy appears in court for murder

A former Hodgeman County Sheriff Deputy made his first appearance in Hodgeman County District Court Monday morning after being charged with murder on Friday. 

Faith-based group turns strip club into thrift store

About 4.1 million single moms in the United States are living in poverty, according to data from the U.S. Census. Now, one group is Wichita is doing its part to help those women fight against becoming part of that statistic.

His Helping Hands, a faith-based organization, held a grand opening for a new thrift store in the Oaklawn neighborhood Monday morning. Clothing 'N Stuff is located at 4858 S.…

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