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Kansas could see first all natural cemetery

Sarah Crews wants to break from tradition when it comes to cemeteries.

Restoration crew finds grenade in Bel Aire home

Some homes were evacuated in Bel Aire Thursday afternoon after a grenade was found there.

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Chilly Friday, then a change

It will be a little chilly on Friday, but a weekend warmup is coming.

Wichita police solve casket mystery

Wichita Police say they've solved the mystery of the casket found last week lying on the side of the road.

cancer robbery victim

Help for homeowner robbed of cancer medications

"They took everything," said victim Jackson Hill. "Thank God that I am alive."

Heights student-teacher accused of inappropriate behavior

Wichita police are investigating a 23-year-old female student-teacher at Heights High school.

Wellington mother to undergoing mental evaluation in Larned

Lindsey Nicole Blansett was scheduled for a status hearing for her competency evaluation in Sumner County Court on Thursday. 

Shockers ready for The Fighting Irish

The Road to the Final Four will be a long one for the Shockers. In order to make it to Indianapolis they'll have to make it through Notre Dame and Kentucky/West Virginia.

FDNY responding to mixed-occupancy building collapse in Manhattan

NEW YORK (AP) - The New York City fire department says it's at the scene of a Manhattan building collapse.

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Jenn Bates Wins KAB Hod Humiston Award for Sports Broadcasting

Wichita, Kan. – KWCH 12 Eyewitness News Anchor Jenn Bates is selected as the recipient of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters’ 2015 Hod Humiston Award for Sports Broadcasting. The award is given annually to a Kansas Broadcaster who has made significant contributions in sports broadcasting. Bates is first woman and the third television broadcaster to win the award, over the last 36 years.

Rivalry at diocese

Gameday rivalry at the Catholic Diocese of Wichita

Supporting the Shockers is a family affair for Suzi Meitzner. "I married...the oldest of seven. And all of those seven kids went to WSU, graduated from WSU, including Kitty and Paul, the parents. So that's where I am with WSU, through marriage." Although Meitzner went to K-State herself, she happily cheers on WSU. "Oh, I love 'em. Love the Shox," she said.

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