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Car hits man west of downtown Wichita

A man is in serious condition after he was hit by a car Tuesday morning.

Former Twin Peaks employees say they were working illegally

Five days after federal agents raided the east Twin Peaks location, former workers are speaking exclusively to FactFinder 12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook about what happened.

Right lanes of KS Turnpike back open after fatal crash

UPDATE: Kansas Turnpike Authority reports 39-year-old Michael Lyden was killed in the crash.

University of Kansas appoints new state government liaison

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas has hired a Wichita State University official to serve as its chief liaison for legislators and other state government officials.

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Storm Team 12 Weather Alert: Dangerous Heat

We're in for a toasty Tuesday and because of the dangerously high heat and humidity, it's a Storm Team 12 Weather Alert  Day.

Mom warns of firework dangers while daughter recovers from accident

You've heard a lot about firework safety this summer. This morning, we're showing you why those lessons are so important.

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Lost tortoise reunited with owner

A lost tortoise is back home after getting picked up by Wichita Police. "Tank" the African Spurred Tortoise got loose Sunday after the gate to his pen was left open.

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Reno Co. health officials worried whooping cough micro-outbreak possible

The county's health department says it now has more than 70 whooping cough cases in the county. Akeam Ashford reports.

Wichita School Board upset by 2015-16 budget

How much does it cost to educate a child? That's the question school boards across the state are working to answer this week as time runs out to get the 2015-2016 budgets completed and turned in to the state.

Fire destroys apartment homes in Hutchinson

Hutchinson Fire officials are investigating the cause of a fire that caused up to $100,000 in damages to a house Monday afternoon.

Quakes shake Oklahoma, felt in Kansas

Update: Five earthquakes shake Crescent, Okla. Monday, including two measuring 4.5 as well as a 4.0 magnitude quake.

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