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Fire destroys Great Plains Theatre in Abilene

A historic building in Abilene is likely to be a total loss after a fire.

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What to do when you see a child or pet in a hot car

A child locked in a car with the temperatures rising. If you came across this scenario, what would you do?

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Pompeo and Tiahrt spar over Obamacare funding

Republicans running for congress want nothing to do Obamacare.  So when one accuses the other of supporting it, things get heated.

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Enrollment comes with a cost for parents

School enrollment is underway for most districts by now, at least online. For many of you that means a bill is coming due for all those enrollment and activities fees.

WSU journalism professor dies after long illness

Randy Brown, a distinguished Kansas journalist, has died.

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Family of girl killed in farming accident suing machinery dealers

The parents of a Dickinson County girl killed in a farming accident last October are filing a lawsuit against a combine manufacturer and a farm equipment dealer.

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Brownback urges compromise on KS energy rule

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Gov. Sam Brownback says he supports phasing out a renewable energy requirement for Kansas utilities over four years and is urging critics of the rule and wind-energy advocates to work on a compromise.

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Man accused of radio station murder will go to trial

A man accused of killing a radio station employee will face a jury.

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Senator: VA center begged for surgical equipment

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran says a veterans medical center in Wichita left its laboratories unstaffed for entire shifts and sometimes resorted to "begging, borrowing and manipulation" just to obtain vital surgical equipment.

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Advanced voting starts, official hopes to avoid result delays

The election season kicks off as advanced voting starts in Sedgwick county. You can vote in the primary election anytime between now and Aug. 5.

Group opposes Wichita sales tax proposal

Wichita business owners have formed an organization to oppose a one-percent sales tax proposal.

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    Hotter weather is expected to return to Kansas to finish off the week.

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