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Harrison Ford crashes plane in LA; survives

A small plane Harrison Ford was flying crashed at an L.A. golf course about an hour ago. 

Great Bend high school confirms case of pertussis

The Barton County health department says someone at Great Bend High School who has daily contact with students and staff has pertussis. The health department says it is investigating more than 75 potential whooping cough cases in the county and it has a contact list of around 350 people right now.

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TRAFFIC ALERT: WB Kellogg & Main closed due to debris in the road

Westbound lanes at Kellogg and Main have been temporarily shut down due to road debris. The on ramp at Main is closed and the off ramp at Seneca is closed.

Wichita organization raising money for K-9 police vests

K-9 officers in Kansas are getting new protection thanks to a Wichita non-profit organization.

Wichita brothers arrested for several burglaries

"It was a great job by officers, good through work," said Wichita Police Lieutenant James Espinoza. "Obviously their knowledge of known burglars in their areas of town helped and they did a great job of doing surveillance and stopping the vehicle."

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Warming into the weekend

A taste of spring is coming our way with warming temperatures into the weekend.

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Kansas Sheriff sues Colorado over pot laws

Ten sheriff's from three states, Colorado, Kansas and Nebraska sued Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper Thursday over the state's marijuana laws.

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Maize Supt. Doug Powers resigns

Maize Supt. Doug Powers submitted his resignation on Thursday according to the school district.

Coach of the Year announced at MVC luncheon in St. Louis

Thursday afternoon, the Missouri Valley Conference named Univeristy of North Iowa's Coach Ben Jacobson as the 2015 Coach of the Year. 

Police looking for missing Joyland sign

Wichita Police are asking for your help in finding another item that was stolen from Joyland.

Shocker fans depart for Arch Madness in St. Louis

It was a cold and early start for many Shocker fans Thursday morning. Many were headed for St. Louis to cheer on WSU at the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament.

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