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More storms expected today

Meteorologist Dean Jones says, another round of strong to severe storms possible by afternoon.

3 dead, others seriously hurt in head-on collision in Butler Co.

Three people killed and others are hurt after a three vehicle wreck along US-54 in Butler County.

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WSU player surprised Wichita boy on birthday

"What a role model for this little guy," Kisha Burgardt said.

Murder suspect of Jetmore infant expected in court

We're learning more about the young victim of a murder investigation in western Kansas. 2-month-old Roston Hanson died last week. His father, a sheriff's deputy, was arrested on murder charges. Lauren Seabrook reports.

Whitewater woman says her baby monitor was hacked

A Whitewater mother said hackers got into her baby monitor so she quickly returned it and got a different kind.

Police: Man posed as undercover officer, tried to sell guns

SALINA, Kan. (AP) - A 24-year-old centrall Kansas man, Bradley Sanders, is accused of claiming to be an undercover police officer and trying to sell guns out of the trunk of his car.

New trial date set for Hutchinson teenager accused of killing mother, sister in fire

Sam Vonachen's murder trial was scheduled to start May 7th, we now know that date has been pushed back until July 20th

Active Shooter Drills in Andover

You may see more law enforcement at two Andover schools today. That's because police are conducting "active shooter drills".

Deputy Arrested in Infant's Death

UPDATE: The Kansas Bureau of Investigation announced on Thursday that an arrest has been made in connection to an infant's death in the City of Jetmore in Hodgeman County.

Second person arrested in connection with Galva death

A second person is arrested in connection with a murder near Galva.

Board delays vote on unlicensed teachers in some districts

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - The Kansas Board of Education delayed a vote on a proposal to allow unlicensed teachers in six of the state's school districts.

The board planned to vote on a proposal to permit unlicensed personnel to teach in six districts known as innovative districts, which operate under reduced state education regulations. The districts were created in 2013 to allow new approaches to…

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