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Terry Loewen sentencing

The man who pleaded guilty to plotting an attack at Wichita's airport will hear his sentence Monday in federal court.

Inman girl battles neurological disease

A Kansas girl was recently diagnosed with an extremely rare disease.

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Hot & dry stretch this week

August will wrap up on a hot note with dry weather into September.

Bucks for Buckles

It pays to buckle up.

Residents prepare to meet, ask questions of Wichita police chief candidates

Citizens of Wichita will have the chance to meet and talk with the two final candidates hoping to become the city's new police chief.

Monday evening from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., a public forum with both candidates will be held at Century II. Those still running are former Wichita Deputy Chief Terri Moses and Allentown, Pa. Police Chief Joel Fitzgerald.

But before the meet and greet, Eyewitness News…

Lake Perry drowning

A 30-year-old man drowned Saturday night in Party Cove at Lake Perry in Jefferson County.

Theft from Wyatt Earp impersonator

Police are investigating after thieves escaped with gear a man used to impersonate famous lawman Wyatt Earp.

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Walmart worker buys car seat for family in need

A Dighton family in need of a helping hand got the aid they needed from a person they never expected. 

Body recovered from Arkansas River

Wichita Police are still at the scene where a body was found in the Arkansas River Friday evening.

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New Orleans nuns reflect on move to Wichita on Katrina anniversary

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina ten years ago, the question wasn't if people could stay but instead, where would they go?

"The chaos on our part was trying to deal with these people that had no place to go," said Sister Dorothy Belanc, one of a group of eleven sisters who were forced from their congregation's home in New Orleans.

Sister LeBlanc and several others helped take care of other sisters…

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Man arrested after threatening officers with screwdriver

A man is behind bars Saturday after police say he threatened officers with a screwdriver.

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