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Some KS lawmakers want to ban underage tanning

Kansas is one of just a handful of states with no laws restricting indoor tanning for minors. 

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Back and forth temperatures

There will be a lot of ups and downs in the temperatures over the next several days.

Mayberry teacher on paid leave following inappropriate touching allegations

Eyewitness News has learned a teacher at Wichita Mayberry Middle School is on paid leave after concerns raised by a student.

Kansas gas prices at 12-year low

Kansas is one of nine states in the Midwest where average prices at the pump are the cheapest they've been since 2004. 

Study looks at Zika Virus impact on travel

New information about the Zika virus is coming out daily, and that can affect your plans to travel abroad.

Chelsea Clinton

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Chelsea Clinton coming to Kansas

A former presidential daughter will be in Kansas next week stumping for her mother.

Mom tries to run over bf

Wichita Police Crime Sheets: Tues. Feb 9

Each day, we comb through pages upon pages of crime reports from the Wichita Police Department.  Below is a quick glance at some bits and pieces from those sheets. 

Steven Thompson

Arrest documents reveal Wichita teacher had 49,000 child porn photos

The paperwork states Garden City Community College called police after finding a photo on Thompson's work computer they say shows a child being forced to commit a sex act. FF12 Investigator Lauren Seabrook reports.

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Private school tuition bill passes first hurdle

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A bill that would expand a new state tax-credit system that pays for scholarships for low-income students to attend private schools has passed a hurdle.

Westar transformer explodes in Hutchinson

A Westar transformer exploded Monday after a fire at a substation according to the Hutchinson Fire Department. 

Controller at Kansas company pleads guilty to embezzlement

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — The former controller of a Kansas company could be facing up to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to embezzling more than $135,000 from his employer.

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