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Wichita woman cautions pet owners after alleged coyote attack

If you've spotted a coyote or two roaming around parts of Wichita, you're not alone.

Today's forecast

Brief warm-up

Meteorologist Mark Larson says the last round of wintry weather will pass through parts of Kansas early Sunday followed by a brief break in our recently messy weather.

Overnight fire damages home in north Wichita

Fire investigators say a fire early Sunday morning caused about $80,000 in damages to a home in north Wichita.

Snow affecting travelers in cars and airplanes

City of Wichita crews said Saturday they were making progress clearing primary roads in the midst of the weekend snow storm. Public Works & Utilities officials on Saturday said they had deployed a full fleet of 50 plow trucks; approximately, 100 staffers are working rotating, 12-hour shifts to provide a continuous response.

Person injured in apartment fire in east Wichita

One person has serious injuries after a fire at an apartment complex in Wichita.

ESPN's College GameDay in Wichita

Some Wichita State students camped out in the cold for days.

Cotton dunk

Cotton's dunk a fitting end

Hopefully Shocker Nation has come to the realization that nothing is unbelievable with this program.

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Snow causes accident, kills 5-year-old

Authorities say the snow is to blame for a wreck that killed a 5-year-old Chanute boy.

Police investigate West Wichita stabbing

One man was taken to the hospital in critical condition following a stabbing in west Wichita.

MVC Tournament seeds announced

With it's second-straight Missouri Valley Conference regular season title, Wichita State is the top seed in the upcoming MVC tournament.

Winter weather no match for wrestling tournament fans

It's going to take more than a little winter weather to keep some wrestling fanatics away from the state tournament in Wichita this weekend.

KWCH Weather

  • Brief warm-up

    Today's forecast

    Meteorologist Mark Larson says the last round of wintry weather will pass through parts of Kansas early Sunday followed by a brief break in our recently messy weather.

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