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Rollover accident shuts down I-235

Traffic was brought to a stand still Friday morning in the moments after a two car crash on 235. The northbound lanes remained open, but officers shutdown the southbound lanes from K-96 to the 25th on-ramp.

Firefighters battle Salina house fire

Smoke filled a Salina neighborhood Friday morning as crews worked to put out a house fire. Not only did Salina fire crews have to fight a house fire, but they also had to make sure they had enough water to do it after a water main broke in the same culdesac. Crews said shortly after they got on scene they noticed the problem.

Free adoption of black animals on Black Friday

The Kansas Humane Society is taking the opportunity of Black Friday to offer its own sale.

Part of I-235 shut down after injury accident

Emergency crews are on scene of an injury accident on I-235. The Southbound side of the interstate is shut down between 25th street North and K-96 after a vehicle reportedly crashed into another vehicle.

Busy week for Hutchinson fire crews

It's been a busy few days for the Hutchinson Fire Department. Hutch Fire Cheif Doug Hanen says crews have responded to three structure fires since Tuesday.

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Wichitan gives thanks: Strangers saved my life

Dru Coulson says it's easy to be thankful when you shouldn't be alive.

Gyms packed as people look to burn Thanksgiving calories

Our big Thanksgiving meals means most of us will consume a lot of calories, an average of about 4,500 per person. All the holiday eating is keeping gyms full of people trying to burn off that meal.

Rain chances

Spring fling then much colder

Meteorologist Mark Larson says enjoy spring-like 60s and 70s today and Saturday because cold changes are on the way Sunday.

Wichita stores open early for holiday shoppers

 Bargain hunters started their holiday shopping early this year. Stores prepared for big crowds and long hours, but mall officials say earlier hours actually help with overcrowding. Shoppers say they didn't mind the earlier hours. 

Costco breaks ground in Wichita

Costco is coming soon to Wichita.

Peaceful protests

Police ready for busy weekend: protestors & holiday shopping

Wichita police say they're aware of several peaceful protests scheduled for this weekend and they say they don't anticipate any problems from the crowds. On Wednesday Lt. James Espinoza said police respect people's right to assemble.

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  • Spring fling then much colder

    Rain chances

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says enjoy spring-like 60s and 70s today and Saturday because cold changes are on the way Sunday.

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