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Wichita State professors look to prevent wearable tech hackers

Two Wichita State University professors are about to receive $380,000 to see whether wearable technology, the latest multimillion dollar tech craze, is giving away more information about us than we realize.

FBI investigating Quintero officer-involved shooting

The family of a man killed by Wichita police in January delivered a petition to the FBI Wednesday morning.

Wichita Police chief candidate finalist in Fort Worth, TX

Eyewitness News has just confirmed Joel Fitzgerald, one of two finalists for the position of Wichita Police Chief, is also a one of six finalists for a position in Fort Worth, TX.

Topeka St. neighborhood

Wichita's oldest neighborhood fights oldest profession

On Tuesday Wichita Police arrested four women during a prostitution sting on N. Topeka. Officers say they responded after receiving several complaints from neighbors in the midtown area.

Rice County hit by vehicle

UPDATE: A Lyons teen remains in critical condition after he was run over by a vehicle in Rice County Sunday. 

Full-size Chevy pickups most stolen vehicle in KS, report shows

Trucks are top targets for car thieves in Kansas. 

Boaters, campers and lake officials prepare for busy Labor Day weekend

The unofficial end to the summer season is just days away and area lake officials are already preparing for busy Labor Day holiday weekend.

Officials are El Dorado State Park said overall, the number of lake visitors has been up this year. So far in 2015, the park has seen about 600,000 visitors. Cheney Lake officials report seeing above average numbers as well, coming in around 500,000 so far…

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Heat & wind into the weekend

Summer heat and wind stick around into the holiday weekend.

State warns private well owners to test water

KDHE testing Dodge City water sites

DODGE CITY, Kan. (AP) — The state health department has been testing water wells in Dodge City after previous testing found a toxic contaminant.

Vandals cause damage at Wichita's Clapp Golf Course

Vandals cause damage Monday night at the L.W. Clapp Golf Course in the 4600 block of E. Harry. 

Kobach criticized over plan to purge Kansas voter rolls

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — An American Civil Liberties Union attorney says Kansas law doesn't give Secretary of State Kris Kobach the authority to remove thousands of names from the state's voter registration rolls.

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