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Police searching for robbery suspect

Wichita Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a man who they say is a suspect from two July 3 robberies in town. 

Scheduled collapse in downtown Wichita goes beyond barriers

A building has collapsed in downtown Wichita.

4th of July celebrations have many searching for their pets

4th of July celebrations are busy for more than just firefighters. Animal control officers face the busiest time of the year, trying to round up pets who were spooked by fireworks.

United States Department of Agriculture sees closings in shutdown

Straw offers second paycheck to growers near biomass plant

HALSTEAD, Kan. (AP) — A second harvest is now under way over the stubble left in some western Kansas fields after wheat is cut. That straw represents an added income source for farmers.

Mom tries to run over bf

9 children found living in poor conditions taken into protective custody

Nine children, age 10 and under, have been taken into protective custody after police found them living in poor conditions in south Wichita.

Dispatchers answer thousands of fireworks calls over 4th of July weekend

Sedgwick County emergency dispatchers took thousands of fireworks-related calls over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.

Wichita Police: Toddler dragged through glass

Police arrested a 28-year-old Colorado woman after they say she dragged a toddler through glass.

Mom tries to run over bf

Wichita Police Crime Sheets: Monday, July 6

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. 

Disposed fireworks blamed for Wichita business fire

Wichita fire investigators say disposed fireworks caught a business on fire on July 4.

No one hurt in fire at Stearman Air Field

No one is hurt after a fire at Stearman Air Field in Butler County.

Some Kansas same-sex couples already receiving benefits

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — State employees who are married to someone of the same sex can't yet put their spouses on their health insurance policies, but local government workers in Lawrence have been doing it for years.

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