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Heat advisory

Dry weekend, but humid

Other than the humidity, meteorologist Dean Jones says this weekend looks "nice" with temperatures near normal for August.

Man critically hurt after rolling car into West Wichita pond

One man is in critical condition after police say he nearly drowned overnight.

Harper Co. Sheriff's Dept. responds to controversial video

The Harper County sheriff's department responds after a video is posted to social media, involving one of their own.

Couple celebrates 60 years at NBC World Series

Baseball traditions are decades old. One Wichita couple created their own tradition and they are celebrating it today.

quit the cuts

"Quit the Cuts" group rallys against Sedgwick Co. budget

In less than two weeks, the Sedgwick County Commission will vote on next year's budget. But a group against the proposed cuts in that budget hope to convince commissioners to change their mind.

Wichita Police looking for missing 4-month-old

Wichita Police are asking for your help in finding a missing four-month-old boy.

Hutchinson Saint Bernard gives birth to 17 puppies

A Saint Bernard named Peaches gave birth to a litter of 17 puppies in Hutchinson.

Tight budget causes judge shortage in Finney County

A Finney County judge is set to retire next month, but county funding is making finding his replacement difficult.

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Kansas collects $3.7M less in taxes than expected this month

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas collected about $3.7 million less in taxes than it expected in July, largely because of lower-than-anticipated revenues from its newly increased sales tax.

Sinkhole opens up in downtown Wichita

Wichita city officials are hoping to repair a sinkhole this weekend, that opened up in downtown Wichita.

Woman hit and killed by train in south Wichita

Wichita Police say a 39-year-old woman died after being struck by a train in S. Wichita Friday morning.  It happened just before 7:00 am.

According to police, she was walking northbound along the tracks south of 31st Street and K-15 when she was struck.

The train engineer says the whistle and bell were sounded, but she was wearing headphones and may not have heard it.

Police say railroad tracks are…

KWCH Weather

  • Dry weekend, but humid

    Heat advisory

    Other than the humidity, meteorologist Dean Jones says this weekend looks "nice" with temperatures near normal for August.

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