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Medford quake upgraded to 4.7M

Update: 8:24 am - The US Geological Survey has upgraded this morning's earthquake in Medford, Oklahoma to 4.7M.

Ice storms hit Hutchinson area hardest

Monday Update: Reno County Emergency Management says there were no new reports of structural damage overnight. 

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Family looking for couple who stopped to help grandsons in fatal wreck

Update: The grandmother of two teens killed in a crash in Harvey County is searching for the two people who stopped to try and help them.

Child killed in crash near 45th S. and Rock Rd.

Witnesses say ice may have caused a crash that killed a child and left two adults with life-threatening injuries. 

Icy weather cancels birthday surprise

Beverly Smith didn't plan on Sunday ending up the way it did. But the mother of three says life doesn't always go according to plan.


Grady released from Hospital, will return home with team

Wichita State men's basketball player Anton Grady was released from the Orlando Regional Medical Center on Sunday afternoon, shortly after the Shockers' game against Iowa in the AdvoCare Invitational. He will return with the team to Wichita on its Sunday evening charter flight.
Grady continues to show improved motor function and is now walking with the help of crutches, just over 48 hours removed…

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Icy weather puts damper on "Small Business Saturday" shopping

The weekend of icy, wet weather is taking a toll on some local businesses. Some shops in Wichita's Delano neighborhood have noticed slower foot traffic for "Small Business Saturday" this year, the shopping day after Black Friday and before Cyber Monday, that gives local shops a boost.

KU diversity training upsets GOP lawmakers

The University of Kansas is receiving criticism from conservative lawmakers. This after the university announced its plans to make inclusion and belonging training mandatory for everyone on campus.

Live grenade found at Winfield Goodwill

The Winfield Goodwill is back open after employees found a live grenade in one of the donation boxes.

Kansas man charged with abuse after human remains found

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - A Kansas City, Kansas, man has been charged with child abuse after police responded to an armed disturbance that led them to discover human remains at a barn on his property.

Forty-four-year-old Michael A. Jones also was charged Friday with aggravated battery and aggravated assault with a firearm. He is being held on $10 million bond. The Wyandotte County prosecutor's…

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